2003: Did not play due to NCAA ruling on appeal for transfer waiver... Was 4-for-6 for 104 yards and a touchdown at the 2003 Teal-White game... Completed a 78-yard touchdown pass to Eric Outlaw for the longest play of the game...
Prior to Coastal: Played football at South Carolina during the 2001 and 2002 seasons, before transferring to Coastal in the spring of 2003... After redshirting in 2001, played in one game in the 2002 season, against Mississippi State... Began his collegiate careerat Alabama in the 2000-01 school year...
High School: An All-State football selection his final two years, including being named the Florida Athletic Coaches' Association Class 2A Player of the Year in his senior season... Also honored on the All-Area and All-NW Florida squads as a junior and senior... Also was an All-State catcher for two seasons at Navarre, earning the state's Player of the Year honor as a senior... USA Today labeled him as one of the top 100 baseball players in the country following his senior season... Was a member of the National Honor Society and honored as the Most Outstanding Senior at Navarre in 2000...
Personal: Full name: Michael Scott Crouch... Born: 11-12-81... Son of Jett and Kay Crouch... Majoring in history.