Georgia, Iowa State, and Miami.
He is hoping the Hurricanes offer.
"I like Miami a lot," said Crawford. "I have watched them a lot on T.V. a lot and I really want that offer. It is an in-state school and that is an offer I really want."
The Louisville offer stands out to him and he knows about their recent success, but he does not know a lot about their program just yet.
It is the schools in his home state that he likes the most at this time.
"I am going to look at all the schools that offer me though first. I would like to stay home and play in Florida, but I will make the right decision."
Crawford will add offers this spring. He is an athlete with size, speed, and upside. He also is versatile.
He played linebacker for his team in 2013, but he will move back to safety in this fall.
"Most schools are recruiting as a safety and that is the position I like the best," said Crawford. "I like to make plays back there. I like to be involved and I feel I have good ball skills, but I can come up with the big hit when I need to as well."
Scout expects Crawford to have double-digit offers by the end of spring practice in May. He is a kid coaches will like when they see him live.
Even if more offers roll in, Crawford plans to move slowly with the recruiting process.
"I am going to take my time and I will take my official visits before thinking about committing," said Crawford.