Originally posted on Beer Mug Sports  |  Last updated 1/3/12

While sometimes during the NFL Draft, you may see a player and his family members sporting a team's hat minutes before the player is actually drafted, free agent outfielder Covelli Loyce Crisp aka Coco Crisp may have found a new way to tip his hand to where he will be playing next.

On Monday night Crisp changed his Twitter profile pic to one of him as a child sporting an Orioles uniform, in a move that may be a sign of things to come.

“[Crisp] has made up his mind,” Steve Comte, Crisp’s agent told the San Francisco Chronicle. “Basically, we just have to let that team know.”

In 2011, while playing for the A's, Crisp hit .264 and stole 49 bases to finish tied for first with Brett Gradner in the AL. He also sported this amazing afro.

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