Offers are rolling in for a top cornerback in Washington, D.C. H.D. Woodson corner Kenneth Crawley claims over a dozen scholarships at this time and they continue to come in.
"I just got off the phone tonight with North Carolina and they offered," Crawley said. "I've got offers also from Georgia, Colorado, Michigan, Texas Tech, Cincinnati, Tennessee, Louisville, Marshall, Temple, NC State, Ole Miss, Oklahoma State, UCLA, Rutgers and Clemson."
With so many offers coming in recently, what does Crawley think about that?
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"All my hard work is paying off, I'm just thankful and appreciate everything," he said. "I was surprised by them, after the U.S. Army Bowl calls started coming in and I got a lot of exposure."
With all the offers on the board, a pair of programs have already impressed the 6-foot-1, 170-pound corner early on.
"Out of all of them, Michigan impresses me," he said. "They like me a lot and I stay in contact with Coach Mallory. I'm really impressed with that school. I just like their program and the environment. I'll probably be up there this summer to take a look around.
"Also, Georgia is a good school and Coach Ball speaks highly."
Like with Michigan, Crawley claims his plans for visits will more than likely be this summer.
As college interest is growing, Crawley broke down what he wants in a school.
"Basically I'm looking at the environment that is good for me," he said. "I want somewhere I feel comfortable and I get to know the coaches. I'm making a new family. I have a family at H.D. Location doesn't really matter, I'm looking for a good school fit."
Crawley is coming off a big junior season that saw him earn all-league and all-metro honors while posting seven interceptions and six touchdowns.