Sam Crawford
Status:
Committed
HIGH SCHOOL

Sam Crawford

Wide Receiver
6′0″ / 190 lbs
Rockwall, TX
Rockwall
Class of 2017
Rating: 82
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National Avg
Rating: 84.2
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School Preferences

School
Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Tulsa
Committed
1/19/2017
Air Force
Medium
Army
Medium
Bowling Green
Medium
Central Arkansas
Medium
Colorado State
Medium
Connecticut
Medium
Dartmouth
Medium
East Carolina
Medium
Fresno State
Medium
Holy Cross
Medium
Liberty
Medium
Navy
Medium
Nebraska
Medium
 
New Mexico State
Medium
North Texas
Medium
Northern Illinois
Medium
Oklahoma State
Medium
 
SMU
Medium
South Florida
Medium
Texas
Medium
 
Texas State
Medium
Texas Tech
Medium
Utah State
Medium
UTSA
Medium
Wisconsin
Medium
 
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Updates

Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
5 yr ago by Jason Howell
Around Texas: A round-up of recruiting news in the Lone Star State
With only one weekend remaining before National Signing Day, recruits throughout Texas are choosing where to spend their college years. Jason Howell has all the biggest developments from around the state inside.
Jason Howell
5 yr ago by Jason Howell
Notes from Hebron/Rockwall - Verone McKinley, Orji brothers, and more
So after yesterday got rained out I decided to get the work in early this morning and got it in just before the rain. Verone McKinley III went through his first scrimmage as a member of the Hebron squad and he was tasked with covering Rockwall standout WR Sam Crawford for most of his time. He did a pretty good job of keeping him under wraps for much of the contest. He did hear quite a bit of trash talk and he had more than a few words of his own. Afterward he was all smiles, and he had plenty of good things to say about Texas A&M.He said he talks to coach Joseph about every week and the Aggies are high up in his mind. Trimming his list has been on his mind and he's been talking to his family a lot. When he does make his cut he characterized A&M's chances of making the cut as "high, very high".in the past he has mentioned plans to visit Texas A&M for the Tennessee game. It looks like he will visit sooner than that though. He now plans to visit for the Texas A&M/UCLA game. He's not sure about visiting for the Tennessee game due to responsibilities to his team.**************After the scrimmage I also caught up with Rockwall standouts Alston Orji and Anfernee Orji. Alston mentioned visiting for the Texas A&M/Prairie View game, but he was not sure on that one. Oklahoma/Texas was another game he mentioned as a possibility.He's still not naming top schools and said he would probably wait until after the season to do so. He does see a lot to like in Texas A&M though. He mentioned A&M being in the SEC and strong in academics as pluses and called A&M "a top tier school."Since we didn't catch up with Anfernee after the Who'sNext BBQ I asked him a few questions about the trip."I liked the campus. I saw the coaches and they're real polite and try to get to know you. They sit with you and eat dinner and really try to get to know you. Academics is real nice. The campus is real beautiful. It's just a nice place to be."He mentioned A&M as the school showing the most interest right now.*********I got a few new names to watch2018 Hebron DE/TE Paul Akere caught my attention. He has a long wingspan and frame at 6-4, 195 pounds. He's moving from OLB to DE for the 2016 season.2019 Hebron WR Trejan Bridges (6-1, 170) showed himself to be a playmaking threat. His feet are nice and he made some nice moves after the catch to make guys miss. 2018 Hebron OL Braeden Daniels (6-4, 260) has some tools to work with. His flexibility and light feet stood out to me. Plus he does not have much bad weight on his big frame. 2017 Hebron WR Jalen Slater (5-11, 180) had the best day with an INT in the endzone as a backup CB, a big hit, and a touchdown at WR. 2018 Rockwall WR Cameron Crayton (6-2, 175) showed some very nice athleticism. He can flat out go up and get the ball. Still raw at WR, but has some tools. His brother, Caleb Crayton played basketball at Houston Baptist. Then there was 2020 Rockwall WR Jaxon Smith. He's not very big at 5-10, 160, but his first catch was one of the longest plays for Rockwall today. He has already been moved up to varsity and saw quite a few reps today and did very well. He's a name to watch for the future. Smith camped at A&M this summer.

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Career Stats

Season Rush Yds TD Rec Rec Yds Rec TDs
2016
SR
23 263 3 77 1,459 15

Honors

2015

Second Team All-Area (DMN)
6A All-State Honorable Mention (AP)
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