Since attending a camp in the summer of 2010, Crawford has wanted to be a Yellow Jacket, and this weekend's visit has an emphasis on learning more about the academic side of the school and seeing some of the classrooms that he will be sitting in just a few months from now.
"I want to get closer to the culture of the school during the visit," Crawford said. "I can't wait to show my mom the campus."
A senior from Plant High School in Tampa, Florida, Crawford says nothing has changed with his commitment to Georgia Tech, and defensive secondary coach Charles Kelly told him to prepare to learn more about the facilities and academics around the campus this weekend. Crawford said he also hopes to learn more about the city he will call home in just a few months.
Although Crawford said nothing has changed at GT, he didn't offer up a definite answer to questions about visiting other schools before signing a letter of intent with the Yellow Jackets. When asked, Crawford simply said, "I don't have any comment on that."