Van Wert, Ohio, offensive lineman Andrew Crummey has now taken three official visits, with one more to go. Then, it’ll be decision time.
This past weekend, the 6-foot-5, 280-pounder was in Chestnut Hill, Mass., for an official visit to Boston College, whose coaches will follow up with an in-home visit next Monday.
“It went great,” said Crummey, who was hosted by junior guard Augie Hoffman. “It’s a good program and a good school and they have a lot to offer academically.”
Academics will play a major role in Crummey’s decision, which helps the Eagles’ cause.
“They’re definitely up there on my list,” Crummey said. “I like them and Wake Forest and I go to Maryland this weekend, so we’ll see what happens.”
Crummey officially visited Wake Forest, whose coaches visited Crummey’s home last week, in mid-November. His trip to Maryland this weekend will be his final visit.
“I could decide right away after this visit,” Crummey said. “Maybe next week sometime.”
The three-star offensive lineman took a September visit to Purdue as well.
Crummey’s older brother, Pat, is on the New York Giants’ practice squad after a standout college career at Youngstown State, where he played for current Ohio State coach Jim Tressel.