Georgia Bulldogs Football: One Step Closer To Landing Top RB Isaiah Crowell

Chris FaigCorrespondent IJanuary 27, 2011

As National Signing Day quickly approaches, some of the most talented high school football players in the nation are yet to declare which university they will be attending next fall.

One of those young men is the highly talented, top-recruited running back out of Carver High School in Columbus, Ga., Isaiah Crowell. has listed Crowell's strength's as great breakaway speed, change-of-direction and balance and durability as his area for improvement.  

When asked by a reporter to explain how he envisions his game, Crowell replied, "I have great power and speed.  I can explode off the ball and have great vision.  I can do a lot of the little things too. I think I'm a very balanced back."  

As for the competitor Crowell is, he also mentioned how he can get even better.

"I want to get faster and stronger.  I want to make it harder for defenders to catch me and bring me down."

Feb. 2nd is National Signing Day 2011, and all eyes will be on Isaiah Crowell when he announces the college of his choice.  All Georgia fans will be hoping that Crowell stays in his home state, and with his recent decision to cancel his scheduled visit to Auburn this upcoming weekend, the Bulldogs are now one of his final two choices, along with the Alabama Crimson Tide.

With the commitment of Crowell's high school teammate and best friend, safety Quintavious Harrow, it is very likely that Isaiah will play for the Bulldogs come next season, especially since Alabama has already received a verbal commitment from four-star running back Demetrius Hart, who is ranked as the eighth best running back by  

Although Crowell is more likely to go with Georgia, be sure to tune in on National Signing Day because he may go with the Tide and attempt to be the next great running back after Mark Ingram