The second weekend of June is going to be an important one for Kentucky football.
Crews Law, a 6-foot-1, 215-pound linebacker out of Nashville, TN, will take an official visit to UK the weekend of June 9-11, he confirmed with KSR. He joins a long list of visitors already locked in for that three-day stretch, which also includes the likes of four-star QB Cutter Boley, four-star EDGE Brian Robinson, and four-star TE Damarion Witten, among many others.
Dating back to last summer, Law has visited Kentucky at least four times already with his most recent trip to Lexington taken in January for the program’s annual Junior Day. He’s considered a three-star recruit by the On3 Industry Ranking, checking in as the No. 721 ranked rising senior and the 78th-best linebacker from the class of 2024.
Kentucky isn’t the only June OV for Law though, who will first go to Virginia Tech (June 2) before heading to the Wildcats. He’ll then visit Vanderbilt (June 16) and North Carolina (June 23) to finish out the month.
The Wildcats were one of the first schools to extend Law an offer, which he earned in August. The coaching trio of defensive coordinator Brad White, inside linebackers coach Mike Stoops, and wide receivers coach Scott Woodward have led his recruitment so far.
Along with the four teams he plans to officially visit next month, Law has also received scholarships from the likes of Ole Miss, Wisconsin, Louisville, Missouri, Stanford, Southern California, Michigan State, Mississippi State, and Miami (FL), plus many more.
His older brother, Cade Law, is coming off his first season as a baseball player at Vanderbilt, however, he entered his name into the transfer portal on April 28 with the intention of switching to football. Crews also doubles as a baseball player for Christ Presbyterian Academy, but he appears fully focused on playing football at the next level.
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