Michigan commit Crawford mulls OSU visit 

December, 8, 2013
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Michigan's 2015 defensive back commit Shaun Crawford (Lakewood, Ohio/St. Edward) recently said he might visit rival Ohio State.

Michigan coach Brady Hoke has a no visit policy for his commitments so if a visit were to take place, it would cause some controversy.

Crawford was the second defensive back commit for Michigan to say he was going to visit other schools. 2014 commit Jabrill Peppers (Paramus, N.J./Paramus Catholic) also said there is a possibility he will take official visits after his season is over.

No visits have been scheduled yet for either prospect so there is still a chance for them to sway their thinking.

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