LSU reaches out to 2016 WR

Dylan Crawford has proven to be an outstanding receiver in the 2016 class and has backed up that reputation by landing some major offers.
A big-time SEC program has recently reached out and the La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis standout is definitely excited to see if another offer could be on the way.
"I actually talked to LSU on Monday and I'm calling them back this upcoming Monday to talk with the offensive coordinator and possibly the head coach," Crawford said.
"Pretty much they just introduced themselves and let me know what they are all about and their mindset and how they get their players the ball."
There has been no discussion of an offer yet but Crawford, who shined at the Rivals Camp Series Southern California and many other events this off-season, said it would definitely be a big one.
The 2016 receiver has landed a bunch of major offers already and LSU would be right up there with the rest of them.
"It would be huge," Crawford said. "That really tells you that they've really taken notice of you and they know you can make plays so you have to go out there and produce."
So far, the St. Francis prospect has been offered by Arizona State, Cal, Hawaii, Miami, Michigan, Oregon State, SMU, Tennessee, UCLA, USC, Utah and Washington.
Because of all the offers and interest, Crawford is not planning an early decision. With LSU and others possibly looming, the 2016 recruit does not want to rush.
"Some teams are starting to emerge but that could change a lot in the future," Crawford said. "I'm still a long way from my decision."