CARSON, Calif. - Aaron Crone is doing everything he can to get exposure so far this off-season from working out at the 1925 All-Stars 7-on-7 practice two weekends ago to participating in Elijah Asante's Elite Quarterback Camp over the past few days.
His name is making the rounds.
Not only is Crone putting together some nice performances, the Corona (Calif.) Eleanor Roosevelt pro-style quarterback is impressing people along the way. Recruiting is coming along for the 6-foot, 185-pound prospect who's trying to get his name out there as much as possible.
"It's real big," Crone said Saturday at Asante's camp. "Getting noticed is one of the biggest parts of recruiting. Once you get noticed then everything keeps on rolling from there."
Crone has plans to camp at Miami and Boise State this summer and although the programs run different offenses the strong-armed quarterback believes he can fit in either style. He's certainly comfortable with both.
"I love both of their offenses, spread and pro-style," Crone said. "I love them both and I feel like I can fit into either offense. I'd love to try them out."
In his junior season, Crone finished with 2,379 passing yards with 23 touchdowns and six interceptions and he also rushed for six scores. San Jose State, Fresno State and Iowa State are three other programs showing interest in him.
Other than camp stops at Miami and Boise State, Crone said he will definitely work out at San Jose State and he needs to talk to some other coaching staffs to figure out all his summer plans.
Never hesitant to be on the field, Crone could definitely get lots more exposure heading into his senior season.
That's his goal.
"I'm definitely going to go to San Jose State and I'm going to see when Fresno State has their camp," Crone said. "All the colleges that are giving me looks I'm going to try to get there. I'm just trying to get more looks."