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2020 In-State Players to Watch


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BP Recruiting Team

The 6-foot-2, 210-pound prospect recently camped at Ohio State and was pulled into the indoor facility with the elite group.

"I thought I threw pretty well," said Crenshaw of his performance. "Coach Day said I did a good job and to just keep working."

Growing up in the Columbus area, Crenshaw is all too familiar with the Ohio State program.

"That would be a big offer," he said. "To have a chance to get that would be big. I love that school."
At last Saturday's Ohio State camp, Crenshaw showed off a strong arm and good touch. His strength and athleticism also make him a dangerous runner. But like all young quarterbacks, he has some things to work on and most of that revolves around mechanics.

"The main thing I'm working on right now is the technique on my passing," he added.
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