The Lewis 10.
But hey, you'd better believe the coverage was good.
"I'm going to be honest with you. We've got at least two [opponents the quality of Lewis] left,'' Crest said. "But you still never underestimate an opponent. As soon as that game starts and as soon as that whistle blows, then you'll find out what's going on. And everybody plays their best against us.''
Crest didn't play much at all. If Dunbar had 30 snaps, he was probably on the field for 15. He throws darts and moves well. Against better competition he's tested, but on this day he just did whatever he wanted to do. Two weeks earlier, Dunbar lost 29-26 to Massachusetts power Mansfield, 29-26, in great part because Dunbar can't figure out how to kick extra points, not because of Crest.
"He was unbelievable," Mansfield coach Mike Redding said of Crest. "He was the complete package - tall, big arm, athletic."
Which, of course, bodes well when - and these days, the way recruiting goes, if - he arrives at West Virginia.
Crest would like to do that in January. Whether that happens remains to be seen. He said he pretty much has everything he needs to graduate in December, but it might be out of his hands.
"I'm on track, but there are some things with the city that are going to take some time to figure out,'' Crest said, meaning he doesn't know if he'll be allowed by the school system to graduate early. "It all comes down to them. If it was up to me, I'm all for it.''
Crest seems secure in his commitment to West Virginia, but admits that he's still playing the recruiting game to an extent and might still take a visit or two.
"I'm taking visits, but I'm not sure about my official [visits] yet,'' Crest said. "If I don't go in January I'm probably going to take my visits [in January].''
There are no obvious suitors, though.
"Nobody, really,'' Crest said when asked if other schools were hounding him. "After I did what I did with West Virginia, it kind of slowed down.''
A day later, Crest didn't make the tiny trip to M&T Bank Stadium to watch West Virginia play Maryland. He said he prefers to just watch from a distance. He can't do anything now but watch, anyway, so until the time comes he won't worry about what's going on at West Virginia.
But when the time does come?
"I just want to do what I've got to do - go there and work hard, learn the system, practice hard and show them that I can start,'' Crest said. "That's my goal.''
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