A Carver-Columbus player that was set to commit to Georgia two weekends ago has now settled on Clemson instead.
Defensive end Corey Crawford was set to commit to the Bulldogs before they withdrew a scholarship offer to teammate Devin Burns during the Dawg Night camp on July 18. That reversal resulted in Carver coach Dell McGee’s decision to ban UGA recruiters from the school.
The 6-foot-5, 245-pound Crawford, a three-star recruit, then visited Clemson and gave the Tigers a verbal commitment on Tuesday, clemson.scout.com is reporting. Crawford was Clemson’s 13th commitment and followed the lead of another Carver teammate — offensive lineman David Beasley (6-3, 294) — who gave the Tigers a pledge earlier in the day on Tuesday, according to the website.
That gives the Tigers three Georgia players in two days. Centennial cornerback Martin Jenkins committed Monday night. They have four Georgians committed overall including Woodstock-Etowah offensive lineman Reid Webster.
Georgia was already heavily committed at the defensive end position with five recruits: Brandon Burrows, B.J. Butler, Jalen Fields, Dexter Morant and T.J. Stripling.