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Crawford to Forgo Bowl Game

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Senior Running Back Justin Crawford has announced that he will forgo West Virginia’s bowl game against Utah and prepare for the NFL Draft.

Crawford’s career at WVU is definitely going to leave a mark. Through 2 seasons, Crawford has thrilled WVU fans with his spectacular numbers. Crawford will end his WVU career with 2,244 (1,122 per season avg) rushing yards with 12 total touchdowns (6 per season avg). Let’s go back to when WVU added Justin to the program:

 WVU signed the Columbus, GA native  out of Northwest Mississippi C.C and made his commitment on January 30th 2017 and signed less than a week later.

Crawford went from working the night shift at Taco Bell to 3rd in in the Big XII in rushing yards in 2016 and 2017 and now preparing for the 2018 NFL Draft. Hopefully when his kids are older, they can say my father played in the NFL. All we can say is thank you, and good luck at the draft.

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