COLLEGE PARK, MD -Four star cornerback Kenneth Crawley is definitely turning heads at The Chesapeake Bowl. The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Washington (D.C.) H.D. Woodson product spoke about his commitment to Tennessee and the possibility of taking some other visits.
"I'm 100-percent committed to Tennessee right now. I'm just excited to get down there and check out the atmosphere and the campus and see how I fit into that lifestyle," said Crawley. "I was there over the summer but just for a camp. This time I'll be taking my official visit there and I'm sure I'll see a lot more."
Even though Crawley is committed to Tennessee he is still planning on visiting a few more schools.
"I'm probably going to visit Michigan State, Kansas and maybe Maryland. Maryland's new offensive coordinator, Mike Locksley, and my high school coach grew up together and they're very close," explained Crawley. "Michigan State has been in contact with me for a long time and I'd like to take a visit up there and see what they have to offer."
There are certain aspects of Michigan State that really stand out in Crawley's mind.
"It's a really good program up there and they have a lot of history. Also, they like tall defensive backs like myself," he said. "If I went there I would definitely like to be playing cornerback."
Crawley's teammate, De'Jon Wilson, recently de-committed from Kansas and is now committed to Colorado. Apparently, though close with his former teammate, Crawley's mindset remains unchanged.
"What De'Jon is doing is not really going to affect my decision," said Crawley. "We grew up together and we always dreamed of playing college ball together but things change."
Recruiters are hitting the trail hard for Crawley but for now he remains a Volunteer. He was not sure of any official visit dates just yet.