Florida QB Has Lots of Interest

Harrison Beck was an Elite 11 quarterback at Countryside High School in Clearwater a couple years ago. Now at Nebraska, Beck had a talented backup at the time as well. L.D. Crow took over for Beck as a junior last season and put up some huge numbers.

At 6-foot-2 and 200 pounds, Crow threw for 1,300 yards and 11 touchdowns, against just two interceptions. He led his team to a 9-0 start before an injury sidelined him for the remaining two games of the season (both losses, including a first round playoff game). Crow talks about what separates him from a lot of other quarterbacks.

"I just don't make many mistakes," Crow said. "Plus, I'm one of those guys who lives for the big games."

With a 5.5-to-1 TD-INT ratio and a perfect record as a starter, L.D. Crow certainly got off to a good start. He's expecting a lot more as a senior. And while he does all that, he'll be on the watchful eye of many college coaches.

"Rutgers was my first offer," he said. "My top choices right now would be Stanford, Ole Miss, Florida State, and Miami. Stanford and Ole Miss are the leaders right now. Both of them run the same offense that we run here so I don't think there would be a huge adjustment. They both offer me a chance to play early. I've been to Stanford and like it a lot out there. The coaches are nice."

The talented quarterback spoke more about the Hurricanes.

"Dan Werner at Ole Miss actually started recruiting me at Miami and he and my coach are good friends," he said. "Now the new coaches are recruiting me. I get letters from them. It's a great program with a lot of tradition."

Crow, who maintains a 4.1 GPA in the classroom, plans on attending the Scout.com All-American Combine on May 13 in Boca Raton.


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