Before Dylan Crawford hit the road for an extensive tour with some 7on7 teammates, the 2016 wide receiver worked out at the Washington satellite camp and landed one of his latest offers.
The La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis standout worked out with the Huskies in recent days and he said really likes how the coaches go about their business.
"It was nice," Crawford said. "I like the way they coach you and really teach you how to play.
"That was a neat camp. The head coach (Chris Petersen) pulled me over and coach (Brent) Pease pulled me over and told me they were going to offer me. They said they know it's early but they want me to come out there as soon as possible."
Crawford, a 6-foot-1, 175-pound prospect who has loaded up on offers this off-season, said he really enjoyed talking with Petersen and that he's a big draw to Washington.
"I like him a lot," Crawford said. "I like how he coaches and how he plays the game."
Days after picking up the Washington offer, Crawford and some Body By Tra team members visited Michigan - and the 2016 receiver landed another major offer. The Wolverines definitely interest him early in his recruitment.
Asked what the Michigan offer meant to him, Crawford replied with one word in a text message: Priceless.
Later, Crawford said it's definitely a major deal for him.
"Just great people, coaches, work ethic, players and tradition," Crawford said of the Wolverines.
So far, the La Canada St. Francis receiver has been offered by Arizona State, Hawaii, Miami, Michigan, Oregon State, SMU, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah and Washington.