2009: Started all 11 games as team's H receiver... Hauled in 39 receptions for 466 yards... Tied for team lead with 5 receiving TDs... Tallied career-high 10 catches in home opener vs. Montana, the same game in which Chris Carter set a school record with 18... Scored two second-half TD at Boise State, including 4-yarder that brought Aggies to within two possessions early in fourth quarter... Logged season-best 88 yards vs. Cal Poly... Led team in punt returns, bringing 16 back for 75 yards, including long of 19 vs. North Dakota.
2008: Co-winner of team's MOST IMPROVED award, sharing honor with Dean Rogers... Appeared in all 12 games, appearing as No. 2 X receiver behind Chris Carter... Caught 13 passes for 189 yards... Also led Aggies with 11-for-89 (8.1) in punt returns, and carried the ball twice for 14 rushing yards... All of his receiving totals came in final six games, including 4-for-63 game vs. Cal Poly... Voted Special Teams Player of the Week following 22-yard punt return in Sacramento State game.
2007: Played 9 games, tallying 15 receptions for 226 yards... Hauled in season-long 59-yarder vs. Sacramento State... Caught 3 passes for 30 yards vs. San Jose State, then season-best 4-for-29 vs. North Dakota State a week later... Credited for 2 solo tackles, both on punt coverage.
2006: Redshirted... Named as team's Scout Offense Player of the Week after road game at TCU.
CAMARILLO HS '06: Led team to Southern Section semfinals as a senior, totalling 67 receptions for 971 yards and 10 touchdowns... Won first-team All-Ventura County, All-Ventura County Academic Team, Adelphia State Player of the Week and PrepStar Magazine All-Western Region honors as a senior... Also selected to Cal-Hi Sports "Hot 250" list and Student Sports All-Tri-County team... Earned first-team All-Pacific View League distinction as a junior and senior... Served as a punter and receiver as a junior, recording 44 catches for 649 yards and 6 TDs... Averaged 40 yards per punt... Named as teams Playmaker of the Year.
PERSONAL: Born in Thousand Oaks, Calif.... Majoring in sociology... Parents are Michael & Debra Creadick... Older brother, Ryan, ran track at Kansas State... Career highlight was compiling 190 receiving yards and a pair of TDs in 28-14 win over rival Rio Mesa in PVL title game.