Austin Crawford recruitment (Bracken County - 2017)

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    If some D3 school gets this kid they're getting an absolute steal!

    Seen Crawford play many of times. He can certainly play at the NAIA level, or high D2 level without question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    You've been standing me up for a while now.
    You gotta go to him. You know the routine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PurplePride92 View Post
    You gotta go to him. You know the routine.
    Tried texting him but.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    Tried texting him but.....


    #nodice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    Tried texting him but.....
    #donttextmebro

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    Austin is a good D2 level player. Size and outside shooting (3 pt)keep him from being D1. The kid brings it every night to the tune of 25 Ppg. Has a good mid range game, jumps decent, and has a good handle. Makes kids around him better too.
    Not sure he is as good as Brent Bach who is at a big time D2 school averaging about 6 Ppg going into his Jr year.

    Great kid. Whatever school he chooses better have a fishing hole nearby.

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    Great player. Great HS point guard. Had the opportunity to watch him against Scott. I agree with the statement above that he commits too many turnovers on minimal pressure. I don't think he is a D1 PG due to the fact that he lacks the athleticism as other D1 guards have shown, especially PG's... But any level after that he could strive if he worked, luckily he still has another year to shine!

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    3000+ points & 1000+ rebounds are in reach for his career.

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    I have thought NAIA would be a good level for him. I too do not think he's a true PG. More of a combo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JesusShuttlesworth View Post
    If some D3 school gets this kid they're getting an absolute steal!

    Seen Crawford play many of times. He can certainly play at the NAIA level, or high D2 level without question.
    This.

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    First, I like Crawford and have seen him play 30 times over the last 4 years. I love his smoothness and ability to penetrate at a small school caliber schedule. Lots of points and rebounds are proof positive this young man has done the work and has his game at its peak. 28% from three and 68% from the line speaks pretty loudly to me. See him enjoying a ride at Shawnee State for family and fans or even a Lindsey Wilson. Enjoy your senior year Austin! Hope you guys get to Rupp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LCDAWGS19 View Post
    Best of luck to Austin. Someone will be getting a heck of a player, and a top-notch kid!
    Agree.

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    SSU, Pikeville, that level of school is where I see him. A lot of people talk smack about the smaller schools. But its hard enough to make that level , some just don't understand . And some are hatter`s . Very few make any level , and the ones who do , should be proud. Good Luck.

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    Needs 616 points to reach 3,000 for his career.

    He has essentially scored 700 points or more per year since he was a freshman (699, 700, & 718).

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    Quote Originally Posted by X`s and O`s View Post
    SSU, Pikeville, that level of school is where I see him. A lot of people talk smack about the smaller schools. But its hard enough to make that level , some just don't understand . And some are hatter`s . Very few make any level , and the ones who do , should be proud. Good Luck.
    This.

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