NAME: Jack Cravaack
SCHOOL: Madeira High School
GRADUATING YEAR: 2018
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Signing to play football at Purdue
HEIGHT: 6'5"-225 lbs.
PARENTS: John & Hillary
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Parents
FUTURE GOAL: Graduate college, win Big Ten championship
Madeira senior Jack Cravaack is a two-sport all-star at Madeira High School and a four-year varsity starter in both basketball and football.
In basketball, Jack is only the 2nd player in school history to notch 1,000+ career points and 500+ career rebounds. He also has 100+ career assists.
Jack is averaging about 14 points-8 rebounds a game this season, with top scoring games against Wyoming (24 points), Indian Hill (23), Mariemont (20), Purcell Marian (18) and Fenwick (18).
His junior year, he averaged 16 points-7 rebounds a game and was named 1st the all-CHL, 2nd team all-city (Enquirer) and 2nd team all-SWO District.
In football, his senior year as a tight end, Jack had 23 receptions for 292 yards and three touchdowns. As a defensive end, he had 25 tackles, five sacks and one interception. He was named 2nd team all-CHL, 2nd team all-city (Enquirer) and 2nd team SWO Ohio District.
A good student who is active in community service, Jack will play football collegiately at Purdue University.
His favorite athlete is Tom Brady, favorite entertainer is J. Cole, favorite book is American Sniper, favorite movie is Braveheart and most-like-to-meet is Ronald Reagan.
COACH'S QUOTE – "By outworking others, having an unmatchable competitive drive, high achievement academically and ability to bring teammates/others together is what makes Jack special."
— Rick Rockwell, Basketball Coach
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