Breakdown: Expectations are high
for Crosby after a season where he was second on the team in tackles...He began
to emerge as a key member of the Aggies defense after a strong spring practice
in 2011...Has the ability to make big hits against the running game, which helps
the Aggies defense cause turnovers...Played sparingly as a freshman, but should
be a regular starter for the second straight season...Crosby squats a maximum of
535 pounds, can bench 225 pounds 15 times and has a 10 ½ inch broad jump...Has
played in 21 games with 11 starts...Has 99 career tackles with two forced
fumbles and two fumble recoveries.
2011 Season: Played in 11 games
with 11 starts...Finished the season with 81 tackles with 56 solo tackles...Had
more solo tackles than any other Aggie...His 10 tackles for loss was third on
the team...Was tied for 12th in the MEAC in tackles with 7.4 per game...Was
tied for the MEAC lead among defensive backs in tackles with Hampton's Justin
Blake...Made a career-high 18 tackles against Appalachian State on Sept. 10...His
18 tackles were the most made by any Aggie throughout the season...Made six solo
tackles with one sack in a 24-3 win over Morgan State on Oct. 1...Had 16 tackles,
including two tackles for loss and one pass breakup at Howard on Oct. 22...His 14
solo tackles in the game were a career high...Made 12 tackles, including three
tackles for loss at S.C. State on Nov. 12...In the same game, he also returned an
interception 55 yards for a touchdown and forced a fumble.
2010 Season: Played in 10 games
with no starts...Finished the season with 18 tackles with 11 of those tackles
being solo stops...Crosby began earning more playing time eight games into the
season when he recorded four tackles in a win over Howard on Oct. 23...Returned
five days later to record five tackles against Bethune-Cookman.
Earned a spot on the North Carolina Independent Scholastic Athletic Association
All-State team...Made two interception and 112 tackles as a senior...Crosby also
participated in the Private School Shrine Bowl game...As a junior, he was an
all-conference defensive back as he finished the season with two interceptions
and 105 tackles...Runs a 4.43 in the 40-yard dash and the 180-pound Crosby came
to N.C. A&T with a 265-pound bench press...He is the son of Travis Crosby Sr.
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