At Stanford: After a productive 2002 campaign in which Grant was fourth on the team with 23 receptions as a wide receiver, he was moved to cornerback during the spring, a position he played at St. Mary's Prep in Michigan ... Has tremendous skills to become an outstanding corner ... Great speed and athleticism ... Will also be a pivotal part of Stanford's return game, both as a kick and punt return specialist ... Adds quality depth to the Cardinal's secondary ... Will be a key contributor in 2003 ... Still has three more years of eligibility remaining.
The 2002 Season: Used as a key reserve at the receiver positions as well as on punt and kickoff returns ... He was tied for fourth on the team with 23 receptions for 154 yards ... Had six punt returns for 79 yards and a team-best 13.2 average ... Also had five kickoff returns for 71 yards ... Career-best five catches at Notre Dame ... Had two receptions for 42 yards against San Jose State, including a career-best 35-yard reception from Chris Lewis ... Had a 29-yard punt return against SJS as well ... The following week, he had four receptions and a career-long 37-yard punt return at Arizona State to go along with two rushes for 19 yards ... Caught four balls at USC ... Accounted for seven tackles.
The 2001 Season: Redshirted the season as a true freshman wide receiver.
In High School: High School All-American out of St. Mary's Prep School in Michigan ... Named an All-American and the No. 11 defensive back in the Midwest by PrepStar ... SuperPrep All-Regional Team selection ... Earned First-Team Division IV All-State, All-Catholic League and All-Oakland County honors after his senior season ... Selected Oakland County Defensive Player of the Year ... Named to the Detroit News All-State Dream Team and the Detroit Free Press Fab 50 ... Rated No. 6 on the Detroit News' list of BlueChip players ... Recorded 24 interceptions in three years, including 11 as a senior ... Had 37 receptions for 710 yards and 10 touchdowns in his final season, and 38 receptions as a junior ... Also had eight interceptions as a junior ... Earned First-Team All-State honors from the Associated Press and the Detroit News as a junior ... Also competed in basketball and track ... All-League player in basketball following his junior season ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Finalist for the 13th Annual March of Dimes National Athlete of the Year Award in 2000 ... National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athlete Award winner.
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