Harding freshman running back Quavaris Crouch squeezes a football in the Harding football locker room. Harding coach Sam Griner thinks he may have the best running back in Mecklenburg County history in 6-2, 200 pound Crouch, who is already being recruited by UNC and Clemson. "Some people are just made for the sport," Griner says of Crouch.
Harding freshman running back Quavaris Crouch squeezes a football in the Harding football locker room. Harding coach Sam Griner thinks he may have the best running back in Mecklenburg County history in 6-2, 200 pound Crouch, who is already being recruited by UNC and Clemson. "Some people are just made for the sport," Griner says of Crouch. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Harding freshman running back Quavaris Crouch squeezes a football in the Harding football locker room. Harding coach Sam Griner thinks he may have the best running back in Mecklenburg County history in 6-2, 200 pound Crouch, who is already being recruited by UNC and Clemson. "Some people are just made for the sport," Griner says of Crouch. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com