Monrovia’s Craft picks up offer from New Mexico State

Our astute football writer Aram Tolegian reports that Monrovia receiver/defensive Anthony Craft back has picked up an offer from New Mexico State. The Aggies, coached by former UCLA defensive coordinator and Arcadia resident DeWayne Walker, are the fourth school to offer the senior. New Mexico State is joined by Nevada Las Vegas, South Dakota and San Jose State.
Craft had 562 yards receiving and nine touchdowns for the Wildcats last season. He also had 48 tackles and two interceptions.

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