Antonio Crawford Flips On Georgia Tech For Miami

Antonio Crawford isn't worried about Paul Johnson's threat that his scholarship offer could be rescinded for visiting ACC rival Miami - the cornerback from Plant High School in Tampa, Florida, officially flipped his commitment from Georgia Tech to the Hurricanes this weekend.

Crawford's weekend visit to Miami had threatened his standing with Johnson and Georgia Tech, since the defensive back had verbally committed to Tech last summer. Johnson holds verbal commitments to a higher level than most BCS coaches, insisting that commitments not visit other campuses once they've indicated they'll play for Georgia Tech. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Crawford's scholarship could be in jeopardy for simply visiting the Canes.

Crawford, a 5-11, 180 lb. two-way player, is listed as a three-star receiver / cornerback prospect by both Rivals and Scout.

For more on the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, go to From The Rumble Seat, and for the latest news from around National Signing Day, be sure to visit SB Nation's college football news hub.

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