Reports indicate that Texas Tech superstar wide receiver Michael Crabtree will enter the NFL draft with an announcement on Tuesday.
Next Level Scouting Inc. reports that Texas Tech redshirt sophomore WR Michael Crabtree has informed several staff members of his intention to enter the NFL Draft. Crabtree is expected to hold an on-campus press conference this week.
Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree had a pedestrian day against Mississippi in Cotton Bowl on Friday. Crabtree, who appeared to re-injure is right ankle in the first half, and was then poked in the eye, was limited to four catches for 30 yards and a score.
Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree won his second straight Biletnikoff Award Thursday night. The Biletnikoff is given to the nation's top wide receiver.
Standout wide receiver Micheal Crabtree has made his decision regarding whether he will return to Texas Tech for another year or make the jump to the NFL, he's just not telling anyone. "I know, but I'm not ready to say," said Crabtree.
In a press conference on Thursday, Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree said he's "really not feeling the Cotton Bowl." Obviously Crabtree is disappointed that Tech won't be playing in a BCS bowl game.
The father of Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree, also named Michael Crabtree, thinks his son is leaning towards entering the NFL draft. Thus the elder Crabtree was surprised to hear his son say that he was planning to return to Lubbock for his junior year in a news conference on Thursday.
Texas Tech football spokesman Chris Cook said wide receiver Michael Crabtree (ankle) should be 100 percent for Tech's upcoming bowl game.
Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree missed the second half against Baylor with a right ankle sprain. Crabtree finished with nine catches for 63 yards but was held scoreless for the second straight game.
After starting the season 10-0, Texas Tech will be on a bye in week 12. The bye will give top fantasy wide receiver Michael Crabtree time to rest a nagging foot/ankle injury.
Sophomore standout at wide receiver for the Texas Tech Red Raiders, Michael Crabtree, hasn't seen a 100+ yard receiving day since he put up 109 against the Kansas State Wildcats, but has emerged as a touchdown guru, scoring twice in each of his last four contests played.
Head coach Mike Leach was in rare form when asked about Michael Crabtree's ankle on Monday. "Like everybody, they like a little attention," Leach said. "Some people try to get their 15 minutes at once and some try to spread it out."
Texas Tech wide receiver, Michael Crabtree, finished today's contest with the Texas A&M Aggies with eight catches for 71 yards and two touchdowns, but played for much of the game with a twisted ankle, an injury -- oddly enough -- sustained as Crabtree returned the first kickoff of his collegiate career.
With five passes taken for 89 yards and two scores against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, sophomore wide receiver Michael Crabtree of the Texas Tech Red Raiders became the school's all-time career touchdown leader with 32.