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Freshman star Kevin Crosby has lived for football

Kevin Crosby, the talented freshman inside linebacker from Bamberg-Ehrhardt (S.C.) who already has eight scholarship offers, was introduced to football at an early age. In fact, it happened before he could walk. "He grew up around it," said Crosby's father, Kevin Crosby Sr., the head coach at Bamberg-Ehrhardt. Now 15, the 6-foot-2, 220-pound Crosby is among the most sought-after players in a talent-rich state. Clemson and South Carolina have offered. So have programs such as Florida, North Carolina and Pittsburgh. (Inside the Gators)

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