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Matt Crisafi


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Worth Noting

A preseason all-state selection by Georgia Football magazine, this William & Mary signee graded out at 90 percent for the Titans (7-3) and earned a spot in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association All-Star Game.

Player Performance

Strengths

He's a solid center or guard because of his athleticism.

Questionables

College will be a true test, considering the Titans play in a top-heavy Region 6-AA that has few competitive teams besides Buford and Greater Atlanta Christian.

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Road Trip: Blessed Trinity's Crisafi headed to Music City

10:54 p.m. Thursday, September 11, 2008

Blessed Trinity guard Matt Crisafi will spend Saturday in Nashville, Tenn., a place he wouldn’t mind calling home during the next four years. “This will be my fourth or fifth visit to Vanderbilt,” said the 6-foot-4, 300-pound Crisafi, who has scholarship offers from Delaware, Middle Tennessee State and Tulane and is being courted by the Commodores and Wake Forest. “I talk to the offensive line coach and the offensive coordinator there once a week. I’ve been up there for camp for two years, junior day and their spring game. “I just truly love Nashville. And the academics at Vanderbilt are top of the line when it comes to their business school. They compete in the SEC and seem to get better every year.” Crisafi’s trek to Vandy for their game against Rice comes one week after a trip to Winston-Salem, N.C. “It was real nice at Wake Forest,” said Crisafi, who is being recruited as a center and guard. “It was my third time up there. It’s quiet and quaint and they have a lot of pride. “The coaches have been together a long time and they have a system that works. They still want to see my senior tape, but there’s a couple of scholarships still on the line there.”

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