Looking T your pictures thinking giant crab spider
I agree with your ID
Thank you I have multiple neighbors saying Wolf Spider but this one has very black face and not the wolf like hairy front ‘fangs’ for lack of scientific knowledge and language….. this is way bigger than any wolf I’ve seen.
A good indication of any spider ID is their eye placement, size, number, etc. but that’s always hard to evaluate. But yes Olios sp. tend to have legs that stretch horizontally, hence “crab spider.” Also black fangs are a characteristic of Olios giganteus. Great IDing!