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#30 Grant Verhoeven
Position: Center
Height: 6'9"
Weight: 245
Year: Junior
Hometown: Hanford, Calif.
High School: Central Valley Christian HS
Major: Undeclared
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FEATURES: The Fresno Bee (3/11/14)

 As a Sophomore (2013-14): Game-by-Game Stats
·   Participated in 32 games, all in a reserve role
·   Averaged 1.1 rebounds, shooting 6-16 from the field
·   Grabbed career-high eight rebounds in 16 minutes off the bench in a win over Northwestern (Nov. 14)
·   Scored four points in seven minutes off the bench against UC Davis (Dec. 14)
·   Against Michigan (Dec. 21), converted the second of two free throws to help Stanford mount a late rally
·   Against Washington State (Jan. 15), converted a three-point play in eight minutes off the bench
·   Came off the bench to grab three rebounds against Colorado (Mar. 5)
·   Knocked down his first bucket in over a month during a win over Kansas (Mar. 23), making a jumper that extended Stanford’s largest lead of the game

As a Freshman (2012-13): Game-by-Game Stats
·   Appeared in 20 games, all off the bench, averaging 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds
·   Made collegiate debut against CS Fullerton (Nov. 12), playing the final minute
·   Contributed four points and three boards in 13 minutes against Belmont (Nov. 18)
·   Played season-high 14 minutes against UC Davis (Dec. 15), grabbing two rebounds and making one of two free throws

High School:
·   2012 graduate of Central Valley Christian High School in Visalia, Calif.
·   Checks in at No. 89 in ESPNU's 100 national rankings
·   Listed No. 21 among centers and No. 80 overall as a four-star recruit by 
·   Finished career with 2,598 points, 1,765 rebounds and 570 blocks, ranking first in Central Section history in rebounds and second in points and blocks
·   Averaged 27.4 points, 18.3 rebounds, 5.7 blocks and 2.6 steals per game as a senior, while leading team to a 28-3 record and section Division IV championship
·   2012 Fresno Bee Boys Basketball Player of the Year
·   Posted double-doubles in 77 of his final 78 games
·   Averaged 22.8 points, 16.9 rebounds and 4.9 blocks per game as a junior
·   In his first three seasons, guided the Cavaliers to three Central Sequoia League titles, two Central Section Division V championships (2009, 2010) and a Division IV runner-up finish (2011)
·   Two-time National Christian Schools Athletic Association All-American
·   Named Central Sequoia League MVP
·   Two-time All-State Division IV honoree
·   Member of the Organized Chaos AAU

·   Born in Hanford, Calif.
·   Parents are Pete and LuJean
·   Has one sister, Anneka
·   Father, Pete, played for four teams during a six-year NBA career