|Hometown:||Signal Mountain, Tenn.|
|Last School:||Baylor School|
2011: Played and started in all but one contest as a junior ... Craig was named to the All-Atlantic Sun First Team for the first time as one of four outfielders ... His .311 batting average was third on the team, while his six triples were the most by a Bruin ... Craig also tallied 45 runs, six doubles, one home run, and 35 runs batted in ... He only struck out 20 times in 254 at bats ... His 254 at bats were the second most ever by a Bruin in a single season ... Speedy on the base paths and in the field, Craig did not make an error all season ... Recorded 23 multi-hit games, including a four-for-four game against Ball State (3/19) … Tallied a single, a double, and an RBI during A-Sun Championship over Mercer (5/28) … Also went two-for-four with a pair of stolen bases in NCAA Regional victory against Oklahoma State (6/4) ... Named to A-Sun Preseason All-Conference Team.
2010: Appeared in and started all 54 games as a sophomore ... Led the Bruins with a batting average of .382, 89 hits, 63 runs scored, and five triples, which was also third best in the Atlantic Sun ... Earned All-Atlantic Sun Second Team honors ... Scored 33 runs during conference play, tied for third best in the league ... Named to SEBaseball.com's Atlantic Sun Honor Roll ... Recorded 30 multi-hit games, including a five for six outing in BU's 13-12 win over Evansville (2/20) ... Had nine multi-RBI games, including a three RBI game against Arkansas Little Rock (4/11) ... Held a 17 game hitting streak, batting .500 with 33 hits, 25 runs scored, 13 RBI, and a .636 slugging percentage during the stretch.
2009: Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year ... Named to Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team by Collegiate Baseball ... A-Sun All-Tournament Team ... A-Sun All-Freshman Team ... Second Team All-Conference ... Set a Belmont record for hits in a season (92), which led the conference ... Tied a Belmont record for triples in a season (9), which also led the conference ... Recorded at least one hit in 51 of 57 games played ... His 26-game hitting streak from March 6 to April 15 is second-longest in Belmont history ... Hit .443 during that 26-game stretch, including 14 multi-hit games ... Ended the season on a 10-game hitting streak ... Sixth in the A-Sun in batting average (.397) ... Hit .405 during conference play ... Drove in 34 runs ... Season-high four hits at Tennessee (4/14) ... Went 3-for-4 against ETSU (3/13) to drive in a season-high of three runs ... Finished with eight multi-RBI games ... Totaled nine stolen bases on 11 attempts ... Hit a homerun at North Florida (3/21) and against Murray State (4/29) ... Started in all 57 games as a true freshman ... Hit .474 when leading off an inning ... Hit .750 (15-for-20) with runners at third and less than two outs.
Prior to Belmont: Played in the outfield and occasionally pitched under head coach Gene Etter at the Baylor School in Chattanooga ... Named to TSSAA Division II AA All-State team in 2007 and 2008 by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association ... 2007 Best of Preps All-City team ... Futures All-Star ... Led team in batting average junior and senior seasons, and stolen bases in his final year ... Hit .463 with 56 hits, and held a 3-0 record from the mound, in 2007 ... Key member of the 2006 Red Raider squad that went 38-9 and captured the TSSAA Division II State Championship, the second title in school history ... Led Baylor to the State finals in 2008.
Personal: Born Dylan Hunter Craig on Oct. 15, 1989 in Chattanooga ... Son of James and Shawn Craig ... Has one brother, Evan ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Pharmaceutical studies major.