WSU CAREER. FRESHMAN (2009): Indoor - Top Cougar long jumper with leap of 7.26m/23-10i for seventh place at Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championships (1/28/09, Seattle)...Outdoor - Long jump PR distance of 7.34m/24-1 at Vandal Jamboree (5/9/09, Moscow)...best triple jump of season was 13.96m/45-9 3/4 at Sam Adams Classic (4/4/09, Spokane)...took ninth place in long jump at Pac-10 Championships (7.09m/23-3 1/4w)...finished 11th at NCAA West Regionals with long jump leap of 7.19m/23-7 1/4w...competed for SeaTown Express in 2010 when not attending WSU.
HIGH SCHOOL CAREER. Earned seven varsity letters at West Seattle High...three as running back/cornerback in football for coach Davis Lura...four letters as sprinter/jumper in track for coach Tom Burggraff...on the varsity football field, led Wildcats three years in pass break-ups, had six interceptions in career...named All-Metro League honorable mention defensive back as junior...all-league first-team DB and second team running back as senior...won West Seattle High 2007 Tom Burgraff Leadership Award...in track sophomore season took third place in long jump and fifth place in triple jump and on 400m relay at league championship meet...junior year was runner-up in long jump and third in 400m relay at both Metro League and Sea-King District 2 meets...at state meet placed 10th long jump and fifth in 400m relay...broke 46-year old school record in long jump with leap of 22-11...senior year set school record in triple jump at 45-7...captured league long jump title and added triple jump and 400m relay titles as well...won district long jump and 400m relay titles and runner-up in triple jump...West Seattle won district team title for first time...captured 3A state long jump gold medal with school record and PR distance of 27-7 3/4...also ran third leg of winning 400m relay...team placed third with only four competitors...named Seattle Post-Intelligencer all-state for long jump...named Seattle Times Star of the Week...selected West Seattle High Male Athlete of the Year...ran on SeaTown Express Track Club for coach Eric Metcalf...placed 13th in long jump at 2007 national meet and seventh in 2008.
PERSONAL. Born in January 1990 in Clackamas, Ore...father is Eddie Ray Crain...mother is Jacqueline Strong...younger brother Gabriel Williams...younger sister Swakara Crain...received the Washington Athletic 101 Club 75th Annual Scholar-Athlete Award for 2007-08...named National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame 2007 scholar-athlete...undecided on academic area of interest at WSU.
CRAIN'S WSU BESTS Long Jump - 7.34m / 24-1 (2009) Triple Jump - 13.96m / 45-9 3/4 (2009)
PAC-10 CHAMPIONSHIPS PERFORMANCES 2009 Long Jump 9th 7.09m / 23-3 1/4w
NCAA WEST REGIONAL PERFORMANCES 2009 Long Jump 11th 7.19m / 23-7 1/4w