BIOGRAPHY: Three-year starter awarded All-Conference honors the past two seasons. Also started five games with the first team as a freshman.
POSITIVES: Nice-sized position blocker who plays with terrific quickness. Immediately gets off the snap into blocks, jolts defenders at the point, and flashes a nasty attitude. Keeps his feet moving and displays ability in space. Quick pulling across the line of scrimmage, can hit a moving target, and shows ability blocking in motion. Gets to the second level and removes linebackers.
NEGATIVES: Lacks balance, tends to fall off blocks, and does not finish plays. Struggles turning defenders off the line and gets minimal movement run-blocking. Broke his left fibula twice last season. Initial injury came in October and he was forced to the sidelines for seven weeks. Later refractured the bone in the East-West Shrine Game
ANALYSIS: Crummey is a well-sized lineman whose greatest asset is his ability to block on the move. He is more of a finesse/position blocker and could play at the next level if he improves his strength and turns up the intensity.