Curtis Crouch, OL, 6-6, 316, 5.2, FAYETTEVILLE (EE SMITH HS), NORTH CAROLINA:
JH: How was your visit to Florida?
CC: "It was spectacular and it was great to meet the new coaches. It was flattering to hear what Urban Meyer said to me. He let me know that Florida wanted me very badly and that I could be apart of something great at Florida — that I could be apart of a new start and be part of the foundation of something new at Florida."
JH: What did they get into about how you would fit into the offense?
CC: "They showed me a lot of film and showed me what position they felt that I would be playing for them (RG). They told me that I would be great at pulling and doing all the things that they need at in their offensive line."
JH: How is recruiting shaping up for you at this point?
CC: "I have been to Oklahoma and Florida officially. This weekend I am going to N.C. State, then Clemson on the 21st. I will close with Virginia Tech on the 28th."
JH: What do you think about Oklahoma at this time?
CC: "Everyone is pretty much equal right now. I feel comfortable with Oklahoma like I do the other schools. Oklahoma is a top program and I was surprised when they showed interest in me. I have enjoyed talking to the coaches and the head coaches at both Oklahoma and Florida. Both of those schools have impressed me."
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