Tallahassee ATH has high expectations

Tallahassee (Fla.) Lincoln is the home off arguably the top athlete in the country. Antonio “AC” Cromartie is not only a superior wide receiver; he’s a shut-down cover-corner with the deadly combination of height and speed. The 6-foot-3 and 200 pound standout with speed in the 40-yard dash of 4.43 seconds has over fifty offers. This summer he’ll be very busy getting ready for the season by setting high expectations on himself.
“This summer I plan on getting ready for the season by working out hard with my teammate Ryan Gillian and Godby’s Landel Bembo," Cromartie said. "The three of us will help each other out with our pass routes, and we’ll push one another in the weight room. I’m working hard this summer because I want to be a leader. My goal is to help Lincoln go 15-0. I would like to catch at least 30 passes, and earn a spot on the USA Today and Parade All-American teams.”
Cromarite has a top five of Florida, Florida State, Louisiana State, Michigan, and Miami. He told that he’s open among his favorites.
“My favorite team growing up was Florida State,” Cromarite said. “I have cousins (Gavin Dickey and Robert Cromartie) that play for Florida. My family, friends and former teammates aren’t pushing me towards any particular school. They all want me to do what makes me happy. I’m going to be spending the next four years at a school so I need to do what’s best for me. I’ll graduate in December, and I plan on announcing my decision at the state championship.”
In his spring Jamboree during heavy rain, Cromarite picked off one pass and made two tackles.