Craig Strickland

 Quarterback
 Height: 6'1
 Weight: 205
 College: Texas-El Paso
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 2000 Colorado 14 281 427 65.8 3,223 21 4 100.9 39 28 0.7 1 4 1  
 2001 Colorado 14 280 463 60.5 3,401 17 5 90.8 49 91 4.1 0 4 0  
 2002 Colorado 14 283 443 63.9 3,420 19 4 98.0 62 111 1.8 2 6 1  
 2003 Colorado 14 317 492 64.4 3,580 14 3 93.0 58 190 3.3 0 1 0  
 2004 Colorado 14 294 416 70.7 3,500 19 8 103.2 58 87 1.5 1 2 0  
 2005 Colorado 14 259 380 68.2 3,164 18 2 107.2 45 50 1.1 1 4 1  
 2006 Colorado 14 299 423 70.7 3,537 15 4 103.7 49 159 3.2 1 1 2  
 2007 Colorado 14 277 398 69.6 3,584 19 2 111.4 46 -42 -0.9 0 3 1  
 2008 Colorado 14 258 394 65.5 3,204 16 5 98.8 37 0 0.0 0 4 1  
 2009 Colorado 14 304 458 66.4 3,534 15 3 97.7 48 50 1.0 0 5 1  
 2010 Colorado 14 314 468 67.1 3,888 21 7 101.3 48 78 1.6 1 4 0  
 2011 Colorado 14 312 438 71.2 3,782 16 5 104.8 43 44 1.0 0 3 2  
 2012 Colorado 14 312 467 66.8 3,732 17 2 101.4 54 122 2.3 2 2 1  
 2013 Colorado 14 315 464 67.9 3,400 15 8 92.8 67 186 2.8 1 4 0  
 2014 Colorado 14 313 474 66.0 3,738 17 4 98.4 41 30 0.7 1 3 1  
 2015 Colorado 14 298 445 67.0 3,364 16 6 95.8 52 169 3.3 0 3 0  
 16 Seasons 224 4716 7050 66.9 56,051 275 72 99.7 796 1,353 1.6 11 53 12

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: QB Craig Strickland was picked in the 4th round (69th overall) by the Colorado Wildcats in the 2000 FIFL Draft. Named Offensive Rookie of the Year. Guided the Wildcats to a 28-27 win over Louisiana in FIFL Bowl VII where he was named FIFL Bowl MVP. Lead teh team back to FIFL Bowl VIII where the Wildcats again defeated Louisiana, this time 20-16. Owns a 120-100-2 record as a starter in his 16-year career. Named Offensive Player of the Game 52 times in his career and Offensive Player of the Week 5 times.

Professional Experience:Strickland is coming off one of the best seasons of his professional career… Last season, Strickland led the Tulsa Talons of the af2 to victory in the 2004 ArenaCup championship… He was awarded the ArenaCup Most Valuable Player for his spectacular performance completing 19-of-28 passes for 254 yards and five touchdowns and ran for two more scores in the championship game… Strickland posted remarkable overall numbers in 2003, passing for 3,717 yards with 83 touchdowns.

College: After a brief stint with the Oklahoma State Cowboys, went on to play for Butler County Community College where he earned JUCO All-America honors and Jayhawk Conference Back of the Year after posting 2,600 yards and 25 touchdowns for the Grizzlies his first season. Strickland finished his collegiate career at the University of Texas El Paso where he set a school record for 105 passes without an interception. Has Bachelor's in Criminal Justice at Texas- El Paso… Also played baseball at UTEP.

Personal: Was a 1994 all-state selection at Carl Albert High School where he led the Titans to the 1994 class 5-A State Championship title, posting 314 yards and three touchdowns. His performance earned him class 5-A State Championship Most Valuable Player honors. He finished his high school career setting record numbers across the board for Carl Albert with 1,969 passing yards and 23 touchdowns his senior year. Strickland finished the season being named Eastern OKC Player of the Year as well as District Player of the Year. Attended Carl Albert HS in Midwest City , OK …he and his wife, Jae, just had their first baby, Kate, in May