Additionally, Crompton handled punting duties for Tuscola and averaged 45 yards per kick. He led his team to the Class-3A state playoffs and was named to the North Carolina squad that played in the annual Carolina Shrine Bowl. In that high profile contest, Crompton passed for 121 yards in the fourth quarter of a 35-21 setback.
Being named to the prestigious Parade All-American team was the second honor Crompton collected in three days. On Thursday at the awards banquet in San Antonio he was given "The Army of One" award which recognizes athletic achievements, academic standards and community service work. Crompton, who sat at the dais with Barry Sanders and other sports celebrities was presented the award by an Army General.
He is big part of a Tennessee class of 21 commitments currently ranked No. 1 in college football by Scout.com.