N.C. State football commitment Rob Crisp, one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the country, plans to play football at Hillsborough Cedar Ridge this fall instead of at Chapel Hill High.
Cedar Ridge coach Lou Geary said Crisp, a 6-foot-8, 290-pounder, has enrolled at Cedar Ridge, but not all of the paper work has been completed. Pete Singer, Crisp's brother, is a safety and also has committed to N.C. State. He is expected to play at Cedar Ridge also.
Singer is due in Chatham County court on Aug. 19 on weapons, marijuana and
alcohol charges stemming from a June 16 traffic stop, according to
Singer was charged
with carrying a concealed weapon, possessing a handgun by a minor and
simple possession of marijuana. All the charges are misdemeanors.
He also was accused of driving after consuming alcohol under age and possessing an open container of beer.
Chapel Hill coach Isaac Marsh said Crisp's family had moved.
"Rob would like to graduate in December and enroll at State in January," Marsh said. "He could do that by transferring to Cedar Ridge, but not here because Cedar Ridge is on the block schedule."
Crisp was named the Maxwell Award winner as the most outstanding playr in the Football University's Top Gun camp in Paisley, Fla.
Crisp is expected to play in the 2010 U.S. Army All-American Bowl which will be played on January 9th at the Alamodome in San Antonio.