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.
Strengths: Creadick is a quick receiver who came out of the shadows of Chris Carter and Bakari Grant to become one of the top receivers on the FCS level in 2010. He uses his quickness to create separation in his routes. Creadick is a good athlete who has good coordination and leaping ability. High points the ball well. Adjusts his body well to catch passes outside his frame. Great hands. Rarely drops balls. Good with the ball out in space and on screens due to his athletic ability. Can make plays as a runner on reverses and end arounds. Solid returner with the quickness to make defenders miss in space.
Weaknesses: Creadick has good speed, but will not threaten NFL defenses vertically. Quicker than he is fast. He could improve his route running, making sharper cuts in and out of his routes. He will have to make the transition from the FCS level where he succeeded versus lesser competition.
Projection: UDFA who has the chance to make a roster as a slot receiver and contribute on special teams."