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More offers for touring Crawford

Pensacola (Fla.) West Florida Tech three-star defensive end Nate Crawford reports some new offers and interest that have come in recently.
"I got some more offers over the spring," Crawford said. "I've recently gotten Marshall, Cincinnati, Mississippi State and Missouri."
Those offers give Crawford a total of nine, joining Florida International, Kentucky, Louisville, Memphis, and South Florida.
A majority of schools are recruiting the 6-foot-4, 260-pound prospect as a defensive end, but if he continues to grow some may look to move him inside. He is fine with wherever he lines up at when he reaches the next level.
"If they move me, I will make the shift," Crawford said. "I am going to work my butt off wherever they put me at."
This summer the Sunshine State product intends to display his skills at a number of camps.
"I am planning to do some camps this summer," Crawford said. "I know I will camp at Auburn, Florida State, and Florida.
"I've already been to Alabama and Mississippi State," Crawford added.
Crawford talked a bit about his time in Tuscaloosa.
"I learned a lot at Alabama," Crawford said. "It was a real good camp. I really like it over there. They have been showing interest but they haven't offered."
He was very impressed when he made his way to Mississippi State, giving his visit to Starkville high marks.
"I loved it," Crawford said. "It was fantastic. I liked it a lot. I learned a lot. I really like the defensive line coach (Chris Wilson), he treated me real well. I really like their campus and the programs that they have. Also, I met with a couple of the players and their outlook on the coaching staff, it was great. They seem like really nice people."
At this point in the process, Crawford isn't ready to narrow it down or name a favorite.
"I don't have a leader at this point," Crawford said. "I don't have a timeline right now. I don't know when I will be able to make a decision. Probably whenever I am done with taking more visits."
Crawford mentioned an interest in visiting Kentucky, Louisville, and Missouri.
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