River Cracraft - Washington State

River Cracraft was a four year letterwinner for coach Harry Welch. As a Sophomore he earned All-State and All-Trinity League honors after making 35 receptions for 469 yards and 41 tackles and three interceptions. As a Junior he earned All-CIF honors after catching 43 passes for 639 yards and five touchdowns while only playing in eight games. He helped SMCHS to a CIF State D1 title and a 13-2 record. As a Senior he was named All-County by the Orange County Register, All-Trinity League and Trinity League Offensive Player of the Year after recording 56 receptions for 935 yards and nine touchdowns. He also intercepted one pass and recorded five pass breakups. He finished his career with 134 career receptions second to former NFL wideout Brian Finneran. Finished his career with 2,043 career receiving yards, third-most in SMHS history. He was selected to play in South Bay BMW West Coast Bowl, caught two passes for 32 yards including a 17-yard touchdown. Rated three stars by ESPN.com, Rivals.com and Scout.com. Ranked the No. 91 overall prospect out of California by ESPN.com. He also played baseball and ran track. Earned a full scholarshipo to Washington State.

Photos & Articles

- Photo Gallery
- 2014 Washington State Bio
- Video: California Postgame
- Cracraft expects success
- Freshman receiver coming up big
- Cracraft named for a river in Scotland

- Video: Senior Highlights
- Video: Jr Highlights
- Video: Pac 5 Championship Highlights