Offensive tackle Curtis Crouch still has a final four list of teams with visits set to two.
The 6-foot-6, 322-pound lineman from Fayetteville (N.C.) E.E. Smith lists Oklahoma, North Carolina State, Tennessee and Virginia Tech as the teams he will choose from. He will visit Oklahoma Nov. 12 and Virginia Tech on Nov. 26, and set up visits to the other two soon.
“They are all about the same right now,” said the E.E. Smith senior. “I’m hoping the visits will make things clearer and help me see where I want to go.”
Crouch said he has enjoyed getting to know several of the college coaches.
“They’ve all been good and I’ve really gotten along with the N.C. State offensive line coach (Michael Barry),” Crouch said.
But don’t read too much into Crouch’s getting along well with Barry. While the Wolfpack is very much in the hunt, there is no clear leader according to the big North Carolina lineman.
“People kind of backed off for awhile after I said some things about NC State, but I haven’t made my decision,” Crouch said. “I’m still looking at schools.”
While the recruiting continues for the four-star lineman, who some have said is the best in the state, Crouch is focused on having a great final season at E.E. Smith. His high school team is 8-2.