19 - Miles Craigwell
|High School:||Loomis Chafee School|
Junior: Had a breakout season for the Bears... Finished 14th in the Ivy League in total tackles with average of 6.3 per game... Ranked 2nd on the team in total tackles with 63... Registered a career high 13 tackles against URI... Made 44 solo tackles on the season, including a career high 9 solo stops against URI... Made 9 total tackles against Dartmouth... Recovered a fumble against Yale... Made an interception in the Bears' win over Penn... Broke up 7 passes on the season, including 2 against Yale... Sophomore: Made the transition from wide receiver to outside linebacker mid-way through the season... Registered 3 tackles on the season... Had a solo tackle in Brown's overtime win against Penn... Recorded an assisted tackle in the Bears' victory over Georgetown and in the match-up against Dartmouth... Freshman: Earned valuable experience playing for the Junior Varsity squad... Secondary School Background: A graduate of the Loomis Chaffee School where he lettered in football, basketball and track... Named team Defensive MVP... Named League Offensive MVP... Metro West Athlete of the Year 2004... Received the John S. Proctor Award for outstanding athletic and academic achievement and sportsmanship... Served as the Weston/Metco Alliance Co-President... Personal: Miles Alston Craigwell, born March 24, 1986... Son of Mark and Wendy Craigwell... Siblings include Miranda, Bianca, Noah and Marcus... Miranda graduated from Brown in 2004 where she played basketball... Miles enjoys going to church, spending time with friends and working out... Concentrating in Business Economics.