While his good friend Trevon Sidney edged him for MVP honors, Crawford was just as consistent, just as explosive and just as polished as Sidney was.
We've seen Crawford a ton this spring and this may have been the best we've seen him throughout. He's every bit the national recruit he's already become.
Crawford, who UCLA offered earlier this spring, plans to camp with the Bruins in June and UCLA will be one of the schools in his recruitment till the end.
"I think Michigan could be next too," said Crawford.
Crawford visited Oregon and Oregon State on Saturday with the Beavers offering him.
"Oregon State was fun, I was surprised by the school," said Crawford. "I knew of a lot of great players coming out of there like Brandin Cooks, but I really liked the vibe and the aura. At Oregon, their facilities are unreal and better than anything I've ever seen in my life. They said they haven't actually offered any 2016 kids, they said they wait a little bit so we'll see what happens."
Crawford is planning a big haul of camps in the coming weeks outside of California.
Crawford said it's still too early for him to name any favorites, with a little less than two years until he has to make a decision.
"A couple schools stand out but I'm not sure where I want to go so I'm just checking out everything," said Crawford.