Desert athlete up to three offers

Three-star athlete prospect Andre Crenshaw (5-10, 170, 4.5) from Lancaster (Calif.) Antelope Valley has lived up to his reputation as one of the high desert's toughest and best all around athletes.
So far on the season not including his last game, Crenshaw has rushed for 743 yards and has scored eight touchdowns. He has 10 receptions to his credit and one receiving touchdown. Crenshaw has even thrown for a score.
On defense, Crenshaw accounted for 26 tackles, two interceptions and one fumble recovery.
According Antelope Valley coach Jon Fleming Crenshaw has offers from UCLA, Oregon State and Washington. Fleming says that his star player will set up visits to all three.
"Andre is waiting until the season is over before he starts to take his visits," Fleming said. "There are a lot of other schools that are still recruiting him, too."
"Andre has played great for us this year," Fleming said. "The guy is so tough; he rushed for 175 yards in one game this season with a torn calf muscle."
Crenshaw was an all-CIF performer as a sophomore and an all-league selection as a junior. He battled a high ankle sprain all his junior season but his old school toughness kept him in the game as he led Antelope Valley in rushing with 650 yards and seven touchdowns. Crenshaw also caught 11 passes for 139 yards and one more touchdown.