A forward who was a member of the United States squad at the 1950 World Cup in Brazil.
Craddock, the son of Hall of Famer Robert Craddock, played most of his career for Pittsburgh clubs Castle Shannon and Harmarville. He won U.S. Open Cup titles in 1952 and 1956 with Harmarville, and won U.S. Open Cup titles in 1952 and 1956 with Harmarville, defeating Philadelphia Nationals in the 1952 final and Schwaben of Chicago in the 1956 final. He also reached the final of the National Amateur Cup with Harmarville in 1951.
Although he didn’t get into a game in that 1950 World Cup, he did later play for the United States in a World Cup qualifier against Haiti in 1954.
Inducted in 1997.