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Eagles impress another Midwestern visitor

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.
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