Crouch said he planned official visits to Michigan Nov. 3, Clemson Nov. 17 and Alabama Dec. 7. He’s also planning visits to Southern Cal and Florida State. He also told the State that he’s got leaders.
“I would say Michigan is No. 1, but the weather is crazy,” Crouch said. “I feel like Michigan and Clemson are tied for No. 1.”
Earlier this week Steve Wiltfong said he thought Clemson was leading.
I talked to another source this morning that feels Clemson is indeed in the driver seat for the coveted recruit.
My Crystal Ball was on Tennessee and there is belief that when the Vols get their official they could flip this back their way.
A third source believes Michigan has a chance to make a move when the blue-chipper takes his official for the Penn State game the weekend of Nov. 3. I've been sleeping on the Maize and Blue here but I'm starting to buy them as a major contender. Crouch has always been high on the Wolverines and included them in his favorites, I was just told weather would be a factor in his decision by someone close to him early in the process. We'll see what happens early next month.
Florida State is scheduled to get Crouch on campus this weekend per our Clemson insider at 247Sports in Anna Hickey.
The industry-generated 247Sports Composite bills Crouch as the nation's No. 2 athlete, No. 1 prospect in North Carolina and No. 28 player regardless of position.