DE Jarrett Crittenton Profile
6-6, 270 pound Jarrett Crittenton had planned to make a summertime commitment, but as things stand today, that may not happen.
"I am trying to make my decision this summer, but I don't think it is going to happen," he said. "I am probably going to wait until I get back to school. I will sit down with my coaches and schedule some official visits."
What is preventing the 4-star defensive end from making a decision?
"Every time I get ready to make a decision somebody else comes along and offers," replied Crittenton. "Minnesota and Ole Miss are the latest to offer."
Are there any schools that Crittenton is waiting to see if they will offer?
"Nah, I just haven't made my decision yet," replied Crittenton.
When asked about his current favorites, Crittenton responded, "Clemson, Kansas State, Arkansas, Mississippi State and Wisconsin are right now."
The prize recruit does know what he will consider when selecting his college destination.
"First I will look at education. That is a given. I will look to see where I fit in the best. I will see where I can be a factor. I want to know where I can be part of the team and help the team," said Crittenton.
One thing that won't be a factor in the decision process, is distance.
"Location doesn't matter to me. I went to North Dakota so location won't be a factor," said Crittenton.
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