William Crest of Baltimore (Md.) Dunbar has positioned himself as one of the top junior quarterbacks in the region. While he has focused most of his recent time on his season, he did find the time to attend two college games.
"Recruiting is slow, but the recruiting part is something I let my coach and parents handle," said Crest. "My job is to go to school and play football. When it's time to actually sit down and talk about it, I do it. I'm not saying that I don't give it any attention at all though."
While he has let his coach and family handle the majority of his recruiting up to this point, Crest, 6-foot-2 and 195 pounds, did make his way to games at West Virginia and Maryland this fall.
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"They went well," he said. "I saw the West Virginia game against Baylor and that was amazing and then when Maryland played Wake Forest, and that was good."
While he does not have any further visits scheduled, Crest did mention that he would like to check out Ohio State, North Carolina and Virginia Tech when he has more time.
Overall Crest claims that West Virginia is recruiting him the hardest, and while he does not have any current favorites, he would like to receive more interest from one additional school.
"I would like if Oregon came to talk to me," he said. "I like the style of the offense they run."
On the field this fall, Crest is concentrating more on his team's success than his personal success.
"Honestly I don't even know my stats," he said. "I just go out there and play my game. Stats aren't a big thing with me, but I try to make them look good for those who are watching."