Tyrone Crowder's recruitment is moving along nicely as National Signing Day approaches.
The same can't be said for his week at the Under Armour All-America game. Crowder isn't able to play because of a hand injury.
"It feels bad. You see all these elite players competing and you want to be out there with them," the four-star guard from Rockingham (NC) Richmond High said.
Most think Crowder will go to Clemson.
"Clemson is recruiting me the hardest. They're my leader," Crowder said. They're close. I watched [Clemson's upset of LSU in the Chick-Fil-A Bowl]. It was a great game."
Crowder ribbed LSU commitment Greg Gilmore about the win. The pair are rooming together at the event.
"He was pretty mad," Crowder said.
Crowder will wait to make his announcement until after he takes his official visits. He'll visit Clemson on Jan. 11, and Georgia shortly after that. Crowder hadn't heard from Georgia in a while, but says he recently heard from the Bulldogs again.