Craig is a Colorado native and currently the head baseball coach at Douglas County High School.
Craig was drafted by the New York Mets out of high school in 1989. He attended Otero Junior College in La Junta, Colorado for 2 years where he received All-League honors. He was recruited by Arkansas, Brigham Young University, Colorado State University, Kansas State, Iowa, Oklahoma, Texas Tech, University of Nebraska, and Wichita State. He was again drafted, by the Seattle Mariners.
Craig decided to continue his education and accepted a baseball scholarship to play baseball for the Cougars of Brigham Young University. After his Junior season, he was again drafted and signed with the Oakland Athletics. Craig played professionally for 5 seasons in various leagues including Northwest, Midwest, Southern, and the Texas Louisiana Leagues. Craig was awarded the organizations “Pitcher of the Month”; he received it for throwing 23 scoreless innings.
Bryan was a four year D1 scholarship athlete for Liberty University as a catcher, infielder and outfielder. He was recruited by the University of Maryland, North Carolina, Liberty and invited to several pro workouts preparing for the draft. His senior year at Liberty his team won the Big South Tournament and was selected to the All Tournament Team. Ultimately Liberty lost close games to Auburn and Florida State who was the eventual winner of the college world series. In addition, he was inducted into his High School hall of fame in 2016 for baseball and basketball.