Two lead for ESPN 150 Tyrone Crowder 

October, 12, 2012
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ESPN 150 offensive lineman Tyrone Crowder (Rockingham, N.C./Richmond) would love to be able to get his recruitment over with as soon as possible. But unfortunately, he has not been able to fit any of his official visits into his schedule during his senior season. The 6-foot-2, 325-pound senior acknowledged his decision might not be made until signing day, depending on how quickly he can get his visits done.

Tyrone Crowder
Scott Drucker/IntersportTyrone Crowder says two teams have taken the lead in his recruitment.
The four-star prospect says two key factors stand out right now, with location not being one of them.

“A great coaching staff and a nice campus lifestyle,” Crowder said. “My family tells me that distance does not matter when it comes to me trying to achieve my goals.”

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