U.S. Army All-American WR Dylan Crawford commits to Michigan
The U.S. Army All-American high school game started with a bang for fans of Michigan, as elite receiver prospect Dylan Crawford committed to the Wolverines Saturday during an in-game announcement ceremony.
"I just felt it was the all-around best fit for me," Crawford said during the broadcast. "They've got a good network there, I can go in there and try and compete from the beginning. Coach Harbaugh's going to get you right."
Crawford is ranked as a four-star prospect by 247Sports Composite ranking system and selected Jim Harbaugh's squad over USC, Oregon, Stanford and Arizona State among others. Despite the step up in competition, the Rancho Santa Margarita, CA., native has been impressing during the week of practice leading up to the game.
With Crawford's pledge, the Wolverines now have 24 commits lined up for what is being discussed as one of the top recruiting classes in the nation for 2016.
Wolverine fans can get to know their latest commit and see some of the highlights of his high school career by checking out this video: