Carloss Crawford, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound wide receiver from Frisco (Texas) Heritage has burst on recruiting radars with a solid junior season and a strong off-season of development.
Crawford definitely passes the eye ball test and more colleges will continue to place him on their recruiting boards. For now he has four offers.
"I thought it was pretty cool getting an offer from UNT, because I feel like I could fit there and t would be a good fit. I am just waiting for the summer to see what happens throughout the rest of the spring.
As a junior in 2016, Crawford secured 31 catches for 631 yards and seven touchdowns to earn First Team 13-5A All-District honors.
"What is special about my abilities is my football IQ and my route running," Crawford explained. "I just know how to get open. I look up to you and pattern my game after the DeSean Jackson. I am big into DeSean."
Crawford recently attended a camp session with Baylor and reports he had a good performance. He is on BU's radar and should be considered as a prospect to monitor going forward.
"The Baylor camp was good," Crawford reported. "I got to showcase my talent and compete. I loved the atmosphere and the energy at the camp. I feel that it would be a great fit for me."
Crawford is also receiving interest from an array of programs like Illinois, Kansas, Missouri State, San Diego State, Tulane, and ULM. He could be closing in on some new offers soon enough.
"ULM and San Diego State are showing a strong interest, so I hope they come through," Crawford said.