Joshua Crim is one of the top prospects to monitor for the 2013 class in Michigan. Standing 6'8 and now up to 275-lbs, he has the potential to play at the next level.
"I played left tackle last year," he said. "It was my first year of varsity. I think it went pretty well. My coach helped me learn a lot more skills and learn more techniques and moves and I learned a lot from him and it went really well."
Crim camped at Central Michigan and Ohio State so far this summer and both gave him good feedback.
"At Central Michigan, they were impressed. They were impressed at how good I was and they want to see me come out next year and get more information on me."
Ohio State gave him a similarly good review.
"When I went there, they said I was doing really well for being a younger guy. They said I was really good and had quite a bit of potential and skill. The offensive coaches had talked to me and tried to figure out where I went."
Crim says he has also heard from Ball State and received lots of mail, but did not recall all the schools off the top of his head. He also played varsity basketball last season.