Standing at 6-foot-2 and 230 pounds Crow totaled, 130 tackles, 91 of those were solo, 12 tackles for loss and four sacks during his senior season. The Azle Hornets advanced to the regional round of playoffs.
Crow said Texas Tech had been looking at him since his sophomore year and continued to talk to him through his junior year but communication stopped during his senior year. That is why him and his dad reached out to Texas Tech to see what they thought.
Today Crow heard back from coach assistant coach Eric Morris, who offered him a preferred walk-on spot. That means he is guaranteed a spot on the team and doesn't have to go through tryouts like normal walk-ons.
“I have always loved Tech,” Crow said, “so I took the opportunity.”
On the field, Crow said that he is a physical player that loves contact and that his strength is getting tackles inside the box. Something he said he wants to improve on is his speed.
Crow added he has not seen the campus but he knows a lot of people that go to Tech and he likes what he hears about it.
“I know a lot of people that go there and they love it,” Crow said. “From everyone that says, the environment is amazing.”
Crow will get to experience that himself when he makes an unofficial visit to Lubbock this Saturday.
“I’m going up this weekend,” Crow said, “so that’s when I’ll be able to meet all the coaches and see it.”
Overall, Crow said he is excited to get to play at the next level.
“I’m extremely excited,” Crow said, “and blessed for this opportunity and hopefully I get a scholarship.”