At six-one, 210-pounds, Anthony Crider could be slightly undersized to play linebacker at the next level as of right now. However, Crider plays much bigger than his current stature. Crider played both sides of the ball for South Side High School and has great physicality while also performing extremely high at very prestigious camps over the summer. Jason Candle and the Rockets offered Crider following a tremendous camp performance leading to his verbal commitment. Crider is a guy with impressive speed and agility for a linebacker which allows for a very high ceiling if he can get a little bit bigger once arriving on campus. Crider chose the Toledo Rockets over offers from Army and several other FCS programs. This could be another one of Jason Candle's diamonds in the rough once he's able to develop.
Hookstown, PA Linebacker Anthony Crider Signs with Toledo
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