Veteran pitcher with an exemplary work ethic... Looks to be a solid contributor to the pitching staff.
Wayne Graham said -- "Craig progressed in the fall. There's a chance he can be a definite factor in the spring."
Rice -- 2005: Sat out the entire season due to an injury... Worked hard to get ready for the 2006 campaign.
Junior College -- Two-year starter and letterman at Grayson County College under coach Tim Tadlock... Named first team all-conference... Started in the Texas/New Mexico junior college all-star game... Compiled a career 16-3 record on the mound and hit .320... Helped lead the Vikings to a 55-12 and 56-14 record in his two years, including fourth- and fifth-place finishes at the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colo.
High School -- 2002 graduate of New Braunfels High School... Three-year starter and letterman for the Unicorns under coach Doug Edwards... Voted district newcomer of the year as a sophomore in 2000... Two-time first team all-district honoree... First team all-state and all-Greater San Antonio honoree... Scholar-athlete of the week... Hit .413 and helped lead the squad to the playoffs twice... Two-time letterman in football... First team all-district quarterback and first team all-Greater San Antonio as a punter... Helped the football team win the bi-district title in 2001 and the area championship in 2000... Lettered in basketball and averaged eight points a game... Maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average and was recognized in Who's Who Among American High School Students... Voted student of the month and was an academic all-state honoree.
Personal -- Full Name: Craig Douglas Crow. Born: Nov. 25, 1983, at New Braunfels. Parents: Doug and Debra Crow, New Braunfels (one brother). Father played football at Angelo State University. Major: economics/English. College: Jones.