Junior tight end Kevin Crosby Bamberg-Ehrhardt toyed with the idea of making his college commitment Sunday. He's changed his mind about that.
"I'm not making a decision Sunday," said Crosby, who also plays linebacker. "I'll make one during or after my season. I'm still weighing my options."
Crosby also has cut his list to four: South Carolina, Clemson, Alabama and Auburn, dropping Vanderbilt from his list.
Rated a four-star prospect by 247Sports, he is one of the most sought-after recruits in the state's 2014 class. Crosby's offer list includes 30 schools.
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He attended USC's Showcase Camp on Monday night.
"It was real good," he said. "I worked out and got to meet some of the recruits."
Crosby will visit Clemson on Friday with his uncle. And he says the decision probably will come down to the in-state schools.
"I like both of the in-state schools," he said, adding that he does not have a preference.