The latest on Corey Crawford has the latest information on one of the top-rated prospects in Clemson's 2010 class and his on-going battle to begin his college career.

Corey Crawford Profile

Defensive end Corey Crawford is still waiting to get the word on whether or not he'll be enrolling at Clemson this fall.

Though classes at Clemson start on Wednesday, Crawford is still waiting for the NCAA to sign off on a waiver.

"Right now, they just need one piece of information for me to get to Clemson," he told CUTigers.

Crawford said information from when he logged into and out of an online class is what's under review.

That's what's held things up to this juncture, now that Clemson is just one day away from the first day of fall classes.

"They're working on that, at this moment, as we speak," he said.

If not cleared, Crawford would enroll at Hargrave Military.

Several current Tigers like DeAndre McDaniel, Jonathan Meeks and Miguel Chavis took the Hargrave route before enrolling at Clemson.

Crawford committed to the Tigers' 2010 recruiting class late last July with Carver High School (Columbus, Ga.) teammate David Beasley. A former four-star (No. 18 defensive end), signed with Clemson over Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, Florida and Florida State.

"It is kind of nerve-racking, just more of me being anxious, though. I'm not letting it bother me," Crawford said.

The 2009 Georgia 3A Defensive Player of the Year would likely redshirt if he was to enroll at Clemson this fall. If Crawford does attend Hargrave in the fall, he wouldn't be eligible for acceptance into Clemson until January 2011. Top Stories