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TE Will Crall (walk-on)

Discussion in 'Buckeye Alumni' started by sears3820, Apr 11, 2004.

  1. sears3820

    sears3820 Sitting around in my underwear.... Staff Member

    Bexley (OH)
    40-yard dash: 4.9 seconds
    Bench max: 250 pounds
    Squat max: 390 pounds
    GPA: 3.0

    Crall recently attended one of our spring practices and lists us as his favorite. Also likes ND, Northwestern, Iowa & BC. He was a second team all-conference selection his junior year.

    He will be attending the OSU Nike camp and also the senior one-day camp.
  2. Buckskin86

    Buckskin86 Moderator

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    He is supposed be at tOSU camp today then he goes to ND Tuesday. Those are his two favorites but tOSU is the leader. He also does not have an offer.
  3. MililaniBuckeye

    MililaniBuckeye The satanic soulless freight train that is Ohio St Staff Member Tech Admin

    He also does not have an offer.

    With a 5.0 40 time for a TE, that's not surprising.
  4. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

    According to Coach Conley, Will turned down an offer from Central Florida because he wants to stay in the state of Ohio, and may receive "preferred" walk-on status at Ohio State; if not, look for him to walk on at a MAC school.

    Conley Chat (1/31/2005)
  5. JohnnyCockfight

    JohnnyCockfight Beer is God's proof that he loves us.

    Dallas Clark made it pretty big after walking on at a Big Ten school...sometimes the best players come floating in under the radar.
  6. LordJeffBuck

    LordJeffBuck Illuminatus Emeritus Staff Member

  7. TheStoicPaisano

    TheStoicPaisano But I didn't, so it doesn't

    He is in the team picture, top row, #83.
  8. CriticalSteve

    CriticalSteve Newbie

    Playing Against One of the Best Defenses in the Nation

    Tight End Will Crall, a walk-on from Bexley Ohio, talks about a range of topics including why he picked Ohio State out of high school and how the players reacted to the Texas loss.

    By Steve Patterson

    Which colleges recruited you out of High School and did you visit schools before deciding?
    'The schools that recruited me out of high school were all of the Mid American Conference schools as well as Notre Dame, Northwestern, Indiana, Maryland, Cincinnati, and Illinois. '

    What led you to decided to attend Ohio State?
    'The reason that I chose Ohio State is because of the rich football tradition, and extremely strong academics.'

    Has it always been a dream of yours to play at Ohio State?
    'Growing up in Columbus it has always been a dream of mine to play for the Buckeyes.'

    What has been your experience this year and what is your outlook for the team?
    'My experience thus far has been a positive one. I'm just trying to learn from the older guys and make myself a better player each day.'

    How was the team in the locker room and at practice this week after the Texas loss?
    'There's no doubt that everyone was disappointed about Texas but no one is dwelling on it. Everyone has moved on and realized that we have a whole season in front of us.'

    Have the coaches provided insight into your role with the team this year?
    'Currently my role is to play scout team tight end. The coaches plan to red-shirt me and, I look at it as an opportunity to get better playing against one of the best defenses in the nation everyday.'

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