One athlete who really stood out from the crowd at last Sunday's NIKE Camp held in Los Angeles was athlete prospect Andre Crenshaw (6-1, 185, 4.5) from Lancaster (Calif.) Antelope Valley. Crenshaw is already hearing from many of the nation's top programs.
The athletic Crenshaw was an all-CIF performer as a sophomore and an all-league selection as a junior.
Crenshaw battled a high ankle sprain all his junior season but his old school toughness kept him in the game as he led Antelope Valley in rushing with 650 yards and seven touchdowns. Crenshaw also caught 11 passes for 139 yards and one more touchdowns.
You don't have to worry about his ankle now as he is 100% healed. Crenshaw currently has the longest long jump in the state with a 24.5 jump.
The ever busy Crenshaw isn't just limited to football and track but he also participates in basketball and baseball, too.
Despite Crenshaw's busy athletic schedule his studies haven't suffered as he carries a 3.3 GPA and will take his SAT in June.
Crenshaw is getting serious recruiting attention from UCLA, USC, Stanford, Cal, Arizona, Florida, LSU and Oklahoma. He may camp at Arizona and could go to the USC senior camp.
"Andre could play any skill position for us," Antelope Valley Jon Fleming said. "He's a very coachable kid."
"Whatever you ask of Andre to do, he gets it done," Fleming said. "Whether on or off the field."
Obviously Crenshaw is a talented all-around athlete and he brings a lot to the table. He could end up playing several positions on the D-I level and his versatility makes him an even more valuable recruit.
If he stays completely healthy this fall watch Crenshaw's stock soar through the roof.