Torrey Craig is an American professional basketball player for the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association. Check out his tattoos.
Torrey Craig : Tattoos | Twins tattoo | Tc tattoo | Age
|Born||December 19, 1990
Columbia, South Carolina, U.S.
|Listed height||6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)|
|Listed weight||221 lb (100 kg)|
After graduating from USC Upstate in 2014, Craig spent his first three professional seasons in Australia and New Zealand.
He was named New Zealand NBL MVP and won a New Zealand NBL championship with the Wellington Saints, and earned NBL Best Defensive Player honors with the Brisbane Bullets. In 2017, he began his NBA career with the Denver Nuggets.
Torrey Craig Tattoos
Noticed Torrey Craig has a Minnesota Twins logo tattoo (ostensibly because it’s TC?). Reminds me of former NFL receiver Stevie Johnson’s SF Giants and GS Warriors logo tats.
Maybe @UniWatch knows of more athletes with team logo tats?
Prior to joining the Pacers, Torrey Craig played for the Cairns Taipans, Wellington Saints, Brisbane Bullets, Gold Coast Rollers, Denver Nuggets, Milwaukee Bucks, and Phoenix Suns.
Torrey Craig Twins tattoo
Torrey Craig has not revealed the reason for the Minnesota Twin tattoo on his body.
Craig has a tattoo on his right arm dedicated to his young son Braylon, who he left behind when he moved to Australia and will turn one on June 4.
Skype and Facetime have kept him in touch but it’s been hard missing big moments, such as his first steps, while away.
The cold Wellington climate has taken a bit of getting used to and, staggeringly, Craig didn’t a certain blockbuster movie franchise was filmed here.
Torrey Craig was born on December 19, 1990.
- Age : 31 years.
Craig went to the University of South Carolina Upstate from Great Falls High School in Great Falls, South Carolina, after winning 1A state Player of the Year honors in his senior season.
As a freshman, Craig entered the starting lineup and quickly made an impact, averaging 14.4 points and 7.2 rebounds per game en route to winning Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year honors.
In his sophomore season, Craig led the A-Sun in scoring at 16.4 points per game and helped the Spartans win 21 games. Craig was named the conference Player of the Year and an honorable mention All-American by the Associated Press.
As a junior, Craig once again led the A-Sun in scoring at 17.2 points per game.