Isaiah Crowell remains the nation's top-ranked running back yet to decide as National Signing Day approaches. And with the Friday announcement from Savon Huggins, Crowell remains the lone marquee running back yet to decide.
Crowell, of course, is a top-notch talent with the ability to make an immediate impact wherever he ends up-if given the opportunity. And the opportunity for immediate playing time will surely play into the decision for the Columbus, Georgia native.
As the days wind down on the 2011 recruiting season, Crowell continues to decide upon where he'll land. Here is our thoughts on where the No. 1 running back recruit will land.
The nation's top-ranked running back is also perhaps the hottest commodity left undeclared in the recruiting hotbed that is the state of Georgia.
With Jay Rome, Malcolm Mitchell, Ray Drew and a host of other Peach State talent, the Bulldogs are keying in on utilizing home grown talent to help push the 2011 recruiting class into the Top 5 in the nation.
Crowell remains the Bulldogs' top offensive talent in the recruiting season's final days and took his official visit to Georgia last weekend.
The Tide remain the other school in the hunt for Isaiah Crowell.
With one of the nation's top recruiting classes, Alabama sure has a ton to offer a recruit like Crowell.
Yet, the Tide are competing against the recruit's in-state powerhouse and already do have a top-flight back committed in in their 2011 recruiting class: Dee Hart.
The amount of touches Crowell is aiming for simply can't be had when splitting carries with another high-profile recruit.
Crowell should be announcing on National Signing Day his intentions to play at Georgia, joining head coach Mark Richt's 'Dream Team' recruiting class.
Crowell had a solid visit to Georgia and remains a focal point for the offense next year and beyond in Athens.
Expect Crowell to make things official with the Bulldogs.