Clemson Commitment Talks FSU Visit and Offer

Clemson commitment Corey Crawford was in Tallahassee this weekend to check out the FSU vs. Ga. Tech game. Florida State has been recruiting the Carver standout, and late Saturday Crawford got word that an offer had been extended. NoleDigest caught up with Crawford to talk about the visit and offer, and to see if he plans on opening up his recruitment.

Florida State has been in the process of evaluating and recruiting new recruits on the defensive line. Earlier this week it came out the Seminoles have been pursuing Charles Deas, and Saturday one of their newest targets, Corey Crawford, was in town to check out the game against Georgia Tech.

In July Crawford committed to Clemson as he thought it was the best place for him and it was a place he felt comfortable at. Schools didn't stop recruiting him, and now he's showing some interest in other programs. With FSU he has been waiting for an offer, and after the game he got word that an offer was officially being extended.

"The coaches said they are in need of defensive ends and that I would be a perfect fit in their defense," said Crawford. "It is a big offer for me they are a good school and they really want me to play for them. I am defiantly going to take an official there. I had fun at the game, but I think FSU should have won."

With the new interest in FSU Corey says he has a lot of thinking to do in terms of his commitment to Clemson.

"I don't know yet if I am going to decommit," Crawford said, "but I have a lot of thinking to do. I plan on visiting schools but I am not sure when or where I am going to visit yet."

It looks like the offer and unofficial this weekend will go a long with for FSU when it comes to their recruitment of the Carver standout.

"FSU has a good shot overall," said Crawford. "There is a chance to play early and it is a good program overall."

Stay tuned to NoleDigest for further updates with Corey, as well as the rest of the recruits from the 2010 class.

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