Fordham Prep running back Malik Crossdale became the third member of Army’s 2014 recruiting class when verbally committed at Army football camp Sunday.
Could a fourth commit from another prospect, who attended the camp, be in the near future?
Liberty Christian (Texas) quarterback Colby Moore told Crossdale that he hopes to make a decision by the end of the summer.
According to maxpreps.com, Moore threw for 1,425 yards and 18 touchdowns and rushed for 476 and six scores as a junior.
Crossdale said he will now turn into a recruiter, making his best pitch for Moore and others to commit to Army.
“I’m going to do my best to talk to all of the kids, who have got offered by Army already,” Crossdale said. “I think we are going to put together a pretty good class. I watch the highlight tapes and I see a lot of good kids that have been offered and a lot of good kids like (Army).”
Other potential recruits attending Sunday’s camp were Hales Franciscan (Ill.) twin cornerbacks Jalen and Kadeem Hemphill; Bishop Chatard (Ind.) tight end Henry Hill; Boiling Springs (Pa.) wide receiver Tyler Wise, Central Bucks East (Pa.) quarterback Zach Nelsen, Hicksville (N.Y.) linebacker Thomas Miller and Mount Carmel (Calif.) running back Chase Eckman. New Milford (N.J.) junior Andrew McElroy also participated.