"I liked it," Andre Crenshaw said of this trip to Eugene. "I had a lot of fun."
Crenshaw, 5-10, 185, 4.47, Lancaster (Calif.) Antelope Valley HS, has narrowed the schools he is seriously considering to three - Arizona State, Washington and Oregon.
The speedy running back will make his decision either tonight or by Monday night on where he will go to school for the next four or five years between the three programs he is considering.
Scoring 14 touchdowns total this year for a team that finished 8-4, Crenshaw put up some impressive rushing numbers. He had 182 carries for 1,226 yards, 13 rushing touchdowns and averaged 122.6 yards per game. He also had a touchdown pass reception.
Defensively, Crenshaw was credited with 44 total tackles (33 solo, 16 assists), two interceptions and fumble recoveries.
Will decide soon
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