Cravens will join Warriors in January after season at
Long Beach City College
By Stephen Tsai
The Warriors were undermanned at that position in the past game.
When jokingly asked if he would be ready for the Warriors' next game, Siaki Cravens said: "No, not this weekend. But I'm definitely going to be a Warrior next season."
Cravens, who said he is 6 feet 3 and 240 pounds, signed with
After the spring semester, he decided to transfer. He currently is enrolled at
He will join the Warriors in January, and have three years to play two seasons.
"I can't wait," Cravens said. "I made my decisions, and I told (the UH coaches) that."
Cravens drew interest from USC and UCLA.
But he said he felt an immediate connection with the Warrior coaches.
"During the process, I've had a lot of conversations with the
Cravens has not taken a recruiting visit to
"When I do, I'm sure it'll be good," he said.
Cravens is capable of bench pressing 385 pounds.
He can run 40 yards in 4.6 seconds, and complete the pro-agility shuttle in 4.2 seconds.
His vertical jump is 33 inches.
Cravens was used mostly as a receiver at
"In high school, I was about 220," he sad. "Now I'm about 240."
He said he feels better suited to play on defense.
"That's another reason I chose