OL Delando Crooks has many faces 

June, 10, 2012

ATLANTA -- Spending time with three-star offensive lineman Delando Crooks is similar to trying to solve a Rubik’s Cube. You know that the parts all have to line up but you just can’t see how. The shy, soft-spoken giant with more than 40 offers seems too congenial to be an arm-breaking, face-stomping warrior of the trenches. But don’t let that fool you.

“He is not nice at all,” Carver head coach Darren Myles said. “He is totally different on the field. If you could take a peek at his face before game time, you could tell he has gone strictly into game mode. I would say war mode but he has never been to war. He knows how to flip the switch from being cordial in the school building throughout the day to being an animal on the field. By no means is he too nice.”

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