One of the finest playmakers in Walsh history, Curtis Craft earned three letters for the Cavs and played on some of the most successful teams in Walsh history. Craft was the starting point guard on Walsh's 34-1 team in 1982-83 and on the 28-4 1983-84 team. Both teams won Mid-Ohio Conference and District 22 championships, making back-to-back trips to the NAIA National Tournament. Craft graduated as the all-time career (424) and single season (187) assist leader. He earned second-team All-MOC and District 22 honors as a senior. At the time of his WOF induction Craft was 7th in career FG% (.484), 8th in single season FG% (.531) and 9th in career free throw percentage (.761).