FC Dallas signed Craft as its 12th Homegrown player on Aug. 1, 2014.
2016: Started in one US Open Cup game and one CONCACAF Champions League game… had two assists during the USOC game on June 15 against OKC Energy six minutes apart from each other… Subbed in at ’79 versus Colorado on July 23 and at ’84 versus Portland on Sept. 3… Was named in the top 18 seven times, including two CONCACAF Champions League games and one US Open Cup game… Finished the MLS season with 17 minutes played… He played 11 regular-season games with OKC Energy… Logged 576 minutes, three goals and one assist for OKC
2015: Recorded first career start against Columbus, playing 61 minutes…Was subbed in at ’84 versus Seattle…Logged 40 minutes in US Open Cup against OKC Energy
2014: After joining FC Dallas mid-season, Craft trained with the team for a month before cracking the top 18 on Sept. 20… Remained in the top 18 for six of the last seven regular season matches of the season… Made his professional debut when he subbed on for Blas Perez for the final six minutes of a 2-0 loss to Portland at Toyota Stadium on Oct. 25… Logged 119 minutes for the FC Dallas Reserves in the final two matches of the season.
2014: Was part of the FC Dallas U18 team that won its fifth-straight U.S. Soccer Development Academy Texas/Frontier Division title… Appeared in 22 matches, starting 13 times for the U18s... Led the team in goals scored with 12.
2017: Appeared in six matches for the U.S. U-20 National Team and converted in a penalty shootout win over Honduras as the U.S. won the CONCACAF U-20 Championship and a berth in the 2017 FIFA World Cup.
2014: Helped the U.S. U-18 National Team claim the 2014 International Tournament of Václav Ježek in the Czech Republic on Aug. 23… Competed in the 20th Annual Lisbon International Tournament with the U.S. U-18 National Team… Was called up by US Under-18 national team head coach Javier Perez for the NTC invitational.
Loves hobbies such as fishing. Enjoys playing Call of Duty and FIFA.