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L.D. Crow Commits

Quarterback L.D. Crow

Early quarterback commits are commonplace today, though all four scholarship slingers on the 2006 Stanford roster made their pledges during their senior year. How did the Cardinal land a commitment Sunday night from Florida prep standout L.D. Crow - especially from 3,000 miles away? An earlier identification and evaluation paved the way for an April offer, while Crow's Cardinal recruitment started as a sophomore...

Though the scholarship offer came in April, L.D. Crow had been feeling the love out West from the Cardinal for a year.  The story that culminated in Crow's verbal commitment to Stanford last night started last spring, when the Cardinal's recruiting coordinator and Florida area recruiter, Nate Hackett, took a strong interest in the sophomore quarterback.  That might not sound unusual in the...

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