2005 (Junior) - Played and started in all 11 games at left tackle ... scored a two-point conversion in the Wyoming game.
2004 (Sophomore) - Played and started in every game at left tackle ... recorded 163 knockdown blocks on the season ... averaged 14.8 knockdown blocks per game ... his total and average per game were both second on the team ... six games with double figures in knockdowns ... recorded a career-high 19 knockdowns vs. Colorado State ... had 17 at Army and 13 vs. BYU.
2003 (Freshman) - Played offensive tackle on the junior varsity team ... listed second on the depth chart at left tackle after 2004 spring drills.
High School - Lettered two years in football ... all-state honorable mention as a senior ... all-county first-team selection as a junior and senior ... member of National Honor Society, Beta Club and Spanish Club ... football coach was Phil Lindsey.
Personal - Parents are Brad and Susan Kraay ... has one sister, Lisa (30) ... attended the AFA Prep School ... would like to attend pilot training following graduation ... member of the dean's list at the Academy ... active in his squadron as an element leader ... worked the obstacle course during Basic Cadet Training last summer ... also completed a course during summer academics ... worked in the cadet leadership group for USAFA sports camps in the summer of 2005 ... also completed Operations Air Force ... completed Combat Survival Training in the summer of 2004 ... also took a physics class ... recruited by The Citadel and Georgia ... hobbies include hunting, fishing and spending time with family ... majoring in systems engineering management ... favorite food is steak ... favorite musical group is AC/DC ... favorite movie is Gladiator ... the person in history he would most like to meet is Robert E. Lee ... if he could live anywhere in the world, it would be Georgia or Tahiti ... member of cadet squadron 27 ... born Oct. 8, 1984 ... advice to young people is to stay in school ... thing he likes best about AFA football is that there are no super stars, everyone is the same ... thing he likes best about Coach DeBerry and the coaching staff are the made-up words from DeBerry.