Nation's top programs visiting Bamberg

CORNELIUS, N.C. - Schools from all over the country have already made their way through Bamberg-Ehrhardt High School to see Kevin Crosby and company.

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Clemson, LSU, Alabama, TCU, North Carolina, N.C. State and South Carolina are a few of the schools to visit the 1-A school that's churned out a fair share of college players over the years.

Representing Clemson was defensive ends coach Marion Hobby, who recruits the area for the Tigers. Crosby plans to visit several of the schools that have been by to see him in May.

"I don't have any set school camps up, but I should probably do that soon," Crosby told CUTigers after the Nike Football Training Camp in Charlotte.

"I'll probably hit Alabama, probably Clemson, like usual."

Though he worked out as a tight end during the Nike Camp, it doesn't necessarily mean that's where Crosby is looking to play at the next level.

"I'm still undecided. I love both sides of the ball. I love being aggressive. I'm kind of still undecided," he said.

The 6-foot-2, 225-pound rising junior spent most of last season on the offensive side of the ball. As a sophomore, Crosby had 58 tackles and three sacks on the defensive side of the ball. He also caught 36 passes for 676 yards and nine touchdowns.

As a freshman, he had 78 tackles, six sacks and 14 receptions for 348 yards and four touchdowns.

With over 30 offers to his name, Crosby will unveil his five favorite schools before the spring of his junior year. A decision will be made a few months later, during the summer. Top Stories