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Ranked as #3 fastest athlete in the nation by Rivals.com...rated as #45 athlete in the nation and 14th best player in South Carolina by Rivals.com...#75 wide receiver in the nation and 16th best player in South Carolina by Scout.com...#66 athlete in the nation by ESPN.com...#17 player in South Carolina by SuperPrep...a preseason Prep Star All-American...had 12-144 and three touchdowns running the ball, had 20 catches for 308 yards as a receiver and had 7-149 on kickoff returns... as a junior had 16 receptions for 228 yards and three touchdowns...had 86-408 rushing with seven scores, and completed 26-55 for 297 yards and a score...as a senior had 19 catches for 300 yards and two scores, and added 12 rushes for 111 yards and three touchdowns...had 31 tackles and four passes broken up on defense...ranked as 17th best all-around player in South Carolina by the Charlotte Observer...first-team all-state by the High School Sports Report...coached by Phil Strickland at Gaffney Senior High School...played in North-South All-Star Game in Myrtle Beach...200 meter state champion in 2009 with a time of 21.2, he finished second in the 100 meters...ran a 10.92 in the 100 meters......recruited by Jeff Scott...chose Clemson over Georgia and South Carolina...born May 6, 1992.

Mickey Plyler on Joe Craig: "Craig is a speed guy. He reminds me of another former track/football guy in Thomas. Clemson loses a lot of speed with Jacoby Ford’s graduation and maybe Craig can be that speed, slot guy."

Reminds Plyler of: Doug Thomas


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