Hi: Welcome to the forum
First, read this:viewtopic.php?f=35&t=5262&p=64641#p64641
Know that you are not alone. It's HARD work to crate train a baby.
Are you feeding him in the crate? Sometimes that helps him to associate the crate with a "good" place. Have you read the crate training article stickied at the top of the Training section? It's very helpful and should help you start a regular schedule with him. Take a look and see if there's anything you could be doing that you aren't doing. Really, it just takes time when they are that young, and a lot of them will really test you to see if you'll "rescue" them when they begin to squall. If he's a little Velcro dog, like most cockers, wait until he falls asleep and gently put him in his crate. You can leave the door open, but he'll wake up in there and it's a start.