Schools from coast to coast are pursuing Quavaris Crouch.
One of the schools recruiting him hardest is Michigan.
"Obviously it's a great program," said the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Crouch. "They do a great job developing their players and have produced a lot of great running backs and sent a lot of guys to the NFL.
"(Running backs) coach (Jay) Harbaugh is recruiting me. I like that he's a very down to earth guy and very honest about everything. He also gives me advice on how I can become a better player.
"I think I'm visiting this summer and I'm looking forward to the trip. I want to see the facilities and how the coaches do things. I also want to see the campus and see how I'd fit in."
His next visit could be Alabama.
"They offered last month and it definitely means a lot," Crouch said. "That's the biggest offer you can get. They recruit and have had backs like me -- guys who are fast, physical, downhill runners. I feel like I'd fit that system well.
"The coaching staff has been talking to my coach, so I'm excited to get down there and meet them. I'd like to meet some of the running backs and see some of things they do.
"Hopefully, I'll be able to talk to coach (Nick) Saban and get to know him. He's one of the best coaches in college football history, so that would be great."
Crouch finished his sophomore campaign with 1,224 yards rushing and 17 touchdowns and 224 yards receiving and two more scores.