Crawford believes Texas is in good position with some high-profile receivers who have upcoming commitment announcements planned.
Crawford has an idea of how he thinks things will go with other Texas targets at wide receiver. Based on that, Crawford believes there is essentially only one or two possible spots left in the wide receiver class in 2018 at Texas.
Crawford plans to commit in August.
"If they (Texas) have who they have by then, then so be it," he said. "I guess we'll go from there."
Crawford was adamant he was not going to rush his decision.
Crawford said the numbers game definitely plays a factor for him (regarding how many receivers Texas plans to take and where he ranks on Texas' wide receiver board).
He said he and Texas receivers coach Drew Mehringer have a very good relationship. Crawford said he's also hearing from Oklahoma and wants to take a visit to Norman now that Lincoln Riley has taken over as head coach of the Sooners.
"With the shake up at OU I'm going to have to re-evaluate there and rethink how I feel about that program," Crawford said. "OU is back in a good place. I'm on good terms with (Lincoln) Riley."
Crawford's top four are Texas, OU, Texas A&M and TCU (random order).
"I like Texas A&M a lot," Crawford said.
Crawford said he might visit Texas A&M on June 18.
His overall feelings on his visit to Texas Saturday:
"It was good to be around the other guys and get to know them," Crawford said. "I know most of the guys because I come here so much. I'm just furthering my relationships. Just chilling out with my friends and the recruits. I hung out with Herman, Washington and Mehringer."
Crawford visited Texas last week. That visit was more in depth in terms of discussing his situation with the coaches - watching film with Mehringer for an hour, talked about the recruiting process and how he feels about Texas.