Junior tight end Kevin Crosby Jr. of Bamberg-Ehrhardt attended Clemson’s prospect gathering Friday and got a better understanding of what the Tigers have in mind for him.
“I got to talk to Coach Swinney and Coach Morris and the tight end and we looked at film and how they use their tight end and how they would use me,” Crosby said.
Crosby has been on several tours of the campus but this time he took a visit to Vickery Hall and met with the academic administrator.
Crosby said he is down to Clemson, USC and Alabama with no favorite. He was at USC’s camp last week and had thought about announcing a commitment Sunday before changing his mind. That led to speculation he was about to commit to the Gamecocks.
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“I don’t know who I was going to commit to, that’s why I slowed it down a little bit,” he said.
His plan now is to make a decision after this season or sometime this summer.
Crosby added that he has no preference right now about staying in state or leaving. “Alabama definitely is still in it.”
Last season Crosby had 32 catches for 784 yards and 18 touchdowns, and 58 tackles with 6 sacks and 2 interceptions returning one for a touchdown.