Video: De'Coldest Crawford highlights
LSU-bound receiver closes regular season Friday.
The 6-foot-1, 160-pound sophomore wide receiver for Green Oaks (Shreveport, La.)
became one of the de'hottest high school football commodities on social media because of his unique first name.
Quickly it became apparent he's a heck of a player also, earning four college offers with more than two seasons left in his prep career.
Last week, in fact, he committed to the current No. 1 ranked team in the country, LSU.
On Friday, his stellar season could come to an end as Green Oaks (3-6) closes the regular season with a game at North Webster.
Heading into the game, Crawford is tied for the team lead with 38 receptions for a team-best 731 yards (19.2 average) and six touchdowns. He's been a model of consistency with at least four catches in seven games and at least 100 yards in four of them.
Crawford, who has offers from Washington State, Southern Miss and Southern University, took a recruiting visit to LSU on Oct. 26, a win over Auburn. He committed to the Tigers two days later.
"They spread their offense the way I like," he told 247Sports
. "They have the best games."
And his mother gave him perhaps the most recognizable name in high school football.
"She named me this because she knew I would be the best athlete out of everyone in the family," he told 247Sports. "I love the fame everyone's giving me on social media."
The rest is up to him.
So far, so good.