Player Interview: Cameron Craig

Cameron Craig was considered one of the most dominating Defensive linemen in the state of Kansas and was awarded as such by being named 1st Team All-State for Class 6A. Cameron brings the rare combination of strength and speed. He squats 700 pounds, power-clean of 350 and runs a 4.7 (electronic time) 40.

DE, 6'4" 245, Garden City HS (Garden City, Kansas)

 Cameron's coach (Mike Smith) says, "that in my 24 years of coaching, Cameron is the strongest player I have ever coached and he is relentless. By the middle of the year, he was constantly being double-teamed. In my opinion Cameron can play at any program in the country."

ArmySports.com: How was your official visit to West Point and when did you verbally commit? 
Cameron Craig: 
I visited the first weekend of February. The trip was awesome and the campus was amazing. The coaches expressed that they really wanted me and I wanted to be there.

ArmySports.com: What is your actual size?
Cameron: 6'4" 235

ArmySports.com: How would you describe yourself as a football player?
Cameron: I work hard at what I do, and I'm relentless from the time the game starts until it ends. 

ArmySports.com:  What is your primary position on the defensive line? What is your 40 time like?
Cameron:Army is recruiting me as a rush defensive-end.  I ran a 4.7  40 (electronically).

ArmySports.com: What are your thoughts of the new training facilities?
Cameron: Oh man, it was amazing. It wasn't completed when I was there, but from what I saw it is really nice. The press box is also state of the art.

ArmySports.com: Congratulations on your decision to attend West Point and join the Black Knights
Cameron:Thank you as well.

 


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