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Chris Collins hopes Drew Crawford remains with Wildcats
Crawford will graduate with one year of eligibility remaining, which means he
can transfer as a postgraduate student without losing a year of eligibility,
much like Jared Swopshire did when he went from Louisville to Northwestern last
Collins made it clear Tuesday that he wants Northwestern’s best returning
player to remain in Evanston but that the decision is ultimately up to Crawford
and his family.
excited about him being a vital part of what we’re doing but I want what’s best
for him,” Collins said. “At the end of the day, I’m hopeful and confident that
when he’s around me he will feel the vibe and the energy. He has a lot invested
at Northwestern. I’d love for him to be my key guy during my first year.”
son of longtime NBA official Danny Crawford, could take as many as three
recruiting trips before deciding where to play next season.
no rush,” Collins said. “I want to give Drew and his family the time they need
and have a chance to get to know them. We know each other a little bit because our
dads are in the NBA game but there’s an adjustment period. I want to spend time
with him. He wants to spend time with me. At the end of the day, I really want
what he feels is best for him, but I feel in my heart it’s going to be