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Kenny Crawford
Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Hampton, Va.

High School:
Hampton H.S.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 167

Position:
WR

WORTH NOTING: Competing for playing time at wide receiver ... originally signed a national letter-of-intent to play football at VMI in 1996 ... left VMI during the 1996 preseason ... enrolled at UVa in the fall of 1997.

AT VIRGINIA: 1999 - Played in the final 10 games of the season, including the Micronpc.com Bowl ... played primarily on special teams, including the punt return unit ... saw limited action from scrimmage ... earned his first letter.
1998 - Played in one game against San Jose State ... was in uniform but did not play against Maryland, Clemson, and Georgia in the Peach Bowl.
1997 - Did not play in a game ... was in uniform against Auburn and Florida State.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played wide receiver and defensive back for head coach Mike Smith at Hampton High School ... also returned kickoffs ... earned two varsity letters ... as a senior, caught a 25-yard touchdown pass in Hampton's victory over E.C. Glass in the 1996 AAA state championship game ... named the game's Most Valuable Player ... also received TV Channel 5 Player of the Game and Sports Radio 1310 Player of the Game honors ... listed among Roanoke Times' Top 100 Recruits in 1996 ... also played basketball and competed in track at Hampton High School ... from same high school as UVa teammates Almondo Curry, Donny Green, Ahmad Hawkins, Raymond Mann and Bryan Smith.

PERSONAL: Kenneth Darryl Crawford ... born 8-2-77 in Hampton, Va. ... lives with his grandmother Lillian Crawford ... anthropology major.

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