The Best Linebacker Without an Offer in the Country
Brandon Craddock is a middle linebacker in the toughest league in Arizona High School football.
He also could be the toughest player in that toughest league.
He has recently been named for the Ed Dougherty Award for the best player in the state of Arizona.
Craddock is a junior out of Sandra Day O’Connor High School. The 6’0 210 pounder has been having a monster season so far for the Eagles.
Already through four games, this impressive young man shows that he has a nose for the football, as he has collected a ton of tackles.
With an eye-popping fifty-four tackles, he is clearly one of the most dominant players in the country. He has also added seven tackles for loss with two forced fumbles and recovering one.
He currently sits in second place in 6-A football with total tackles.
With a near perfect GPA, sitting at 3.96, Craddock is a monster in the classroom too, as he tackles his assignments like opposing ballcarriers.
He has also taken on a leadership role with his team this year, to show that he is serious about the game.
Impressive stuff for an underclassman.
Not only does he love the game of football, but he also has high expectations for himself. He shows that by how hard he works in the classroom, on the field and in the weight-room.
“My coach told me something that meant a lot to me,” Craddock said. “He told me that I am the heart and soul of the team.”
“I just feel so Blessed to have been told that. I’m Blessed to have both the talent and the leadership abilities to be that much of a difference maker on this team.”
Look for Craddock to continue to disrupt the opposing offenses all season long, as well as look for the offers to start rolling in for this impressive young man!