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Crenshaw ready for Washington visit

Playmakers who are good with the ball in their hands are always welcome on any college football roster and Antelope Valley (Lancaster, Ca.) ATH Andre Crenshaw is no exception. Crenshaw has a visit set for this weekend to Washington, his first official recruiting visit, and was able to catch up with the California standout while he watched some bowl games earlier today.

"I had a good holiday," Crenshaw said. "Now I'm pretty focused on my recruiting. I'm heading up to Washington this weekend and I'm really excited to get up there and see what they are all about. "I have a visit scheduled to Oregon State next weekend (January 13th) and then I had one scheduled for Boise State, but I'm not sure if that trip is still on or not. With their coaching change, I'm not... Recommended Stories

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