Coaches moved him to offensive side of the ball; listed at number two at right tackle (behind Keith Leavitt) following spring 2003 drills.
Valuable scout team player as a defensive tackle.
Competed to work his way into a backup role as a defensive tackle?valuable scout team player?one tackle on the season.
Did not see any action and was redshirted.
Played in the third annual Governor?s Bowl at Michie Stadium on the West Point campus; the game matches the best seniors from New Jersey and New York...earned SuperPrep and Tom Lemming?s All-America honors as a senior offensive and defensive tackle at Carteret High School...captured Gannett/New Jersey and Associated Press all-state second-team accolades...was a two-time Home News Tribune all-area first-team selection...led the Ramblers to a 9-2 record in 1999...registered 90 tackles; made 12 tackles for losses...recorded 10 sacks in his senior season, bringing his schoolboy total to a school-record 38...played for head coach Bob Molarz...also competed on Carteret?s basketball and track teams; competed in the shot put, javelin and discus.
Anthony Crosson Jr., born May 21, 1982...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management...Anthony and his two older sisters are the children of Peggy and Anthony Crosson Sr.