Recruiting Update: Sean Creadick

Camarillo WR Has Strong Senior Campaign

The season started tough for wide receiver Sean Creadick and his Camarillo teammates.  The Scorpions came out of the gate 0-3 and only scoring just over eleven points a game.  Much of this offensive difficulty took place as transfer Samson Szakacsy, a junior QB, transitioned into the Camarillo offense. After the 0-3 start the offense found its stride averaging thirty-three points a game as Camarillo went on an eight game run, won a league title and made it to the quarterfinals of playoffs.  The consistent offensive factor throughout the season for the Scorpions was the play of Creadick.  For the season, the 6'2 192 pound senior caught sixty-seven balls for 971 yards and ten TDs.   Over the past two seasons, Creadick has caught over 110 ten balls.  Creadick showed his value in the Scorpions last five games, averaging seven catches a game and over 110 ten yards in those contest.  For his efforts this season, Creadick was awarded 1st  Team All Pacific View League, 1st Team All Ventura County, and was on the All Ventura County All Academic Team.

 

Currently, Sean has no offers but is getting interest from many colleges. UC Davis, Northern Arizona and Montana State are showing the most interest and would like to set up official visits.  At 6'2 192 pounds and running in the 4.6 range, Creadick has the size that most colleges now crave and should continue to receive more attention as the recruiting season heats up.


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