Major contributor along Black Knights' defensive front ... features explosive burst off ball ... brings pressure from end position ... solid run-supporter ... one of club's strongest and fastest defensive linemen ... plays game with great deal of passion ... boasts tireless "motor" ... benefitted greatly from offseason strength development program ... added valuable muscle during winter months ... provides strong push off edge ... capable of pressuring opponent's quarterback ... expected to anchor Army's revamped unit up front ... enters preseason camp listed as starter at right defensive end spot ... two-year letterman.
2004: Did not miss a single contest ... started season's final eight games at defensive end after drawing reserve duty during initial three outings ... moved into starting lineup in home outing opposite TCU ... finished sixth on team with 51 tackles ... ranked third among Black Knights with 10 tackles for loss ... led team with four quarterback sacks ... also compiled two pass breakups, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery ... credited with career-high eight tackles during Army's trip to Houston ... forged seven tackles during busy day against East Carolina ... registered career-high two quarterback sacks opposite Pirates ... forced a fumble on one of those sacks ... finished ECU contest with career-high three tackles for loss ... credited with six tackles, including one for loss, versus Air Force ... posted five stops at Connecticut ... recorded five tackles against Cincinnati and Navy as well ... registered first career fumble recovery versus Midshipmen ... collected three hits opposite both TCU and Tulane ... involved in three stops against UAB, including one tackle for loss ... posted two hits versus USF ... two of his four tackles against Louisville resulted in lost yardage for Cardinals ... registered sacks against Louisville and TCU.
2003: Appeared in eight games, finishing with 16 tackles ... 11 of his hits were of solo variety ... earned first career start on Army's trip to Hawai'i ... forged season-high six tackles that day ... posted just two combined tackles in first four appearances ... blossomed down stretch with 14 hits in campaign's final four outings ... enjoyed four-tackle performance against Houston ... that effort came on heels of three-stop showing versus Air Force ... registered lone sack of season in home finale against Houston ... one of five freshmen to earn varsity letter.
High School: Earned four varsity letters in football at Garden City High in Garden City, Kan. ... played for head coach Mike Smith ... copped three letters in wrestling ... served as team captain of both sports as a senior ... named first team all-state as a senior ... also captured all-conference and all-area accolades ... selected for the 2003 Kansas Shrine Bowl all-star event ... president of Spanish Club ... member of Senior Office and Key Club.
Personal: Born Nov. 12, 1984 ... given name is Cameron Scott Craig ... parents' names are Brian and Jacki Craig ... enjoys fishing in free time ... deeply religious ... majoring in Spanish and Portugese.
CRAIG'S DEFENSIVE STATISTICS
Year G-GS TT PT AT TFL QBS FR PD Int.
2003 8-1 16 11 5 1-9 1-9 0 0 0
2004 11-8 51 33 18 10-44 4-34 1 2 0
Totals 19-9 67 44 23 11-53 5-43 1 2 0
Tackles: 8 vs. Houston, 9-18-04
Tackles for Loss: 3 vs. East Carolina, 10-30-04
Sacks: 2 vs. East Carolina, 10-30-04