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#30 Grant Verhoeven
Position: Center
Height: 6'9"
Weight: 250
Year: Senior
Hometown: Hanford, Calif.
High School: Central Valley Christian HS
Major: Earth Systems
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FEATURES: The Fresno Bee (3/11/14)

Career Statistics

As a Senior (2015-16) | Game-by-Game Stats
• Center, who played in 27 games
• Started 10 games overall, including each of the final eight contests
• Scored a career-high 13 in a career-long 32 minutes in the win over No. 11 Oregon
• Recorded 10 points in 22 minutes against Oregon State
• Combined for 17 points in 32 minutes against Arizona and ASU
• Finished with eight points in 15 minutes vs. No. 12 Arizona
• Collected season-high seven rebounds in 17 minutes at Oregon State
• Has played in 87 career games with 12 starts so far

As a Junior (2014-15) | Game-by-Game Stats
 Missed the first seven games, rehabbing a hip injury
Appeared in eight games before sitting out remainder of the season
 Made season debut against Loyola Marymount (Dec. 17), finishing with four points and two rebounds
 Provided two points and two blocks in eight minutes off the bench against Texas (Dec. 23)
 Made first career start against Washington State (Jan. 2), grabbing season-best six rebounds in 15 minutes before fouling out
 Added four points and four rebounds in career-high 19 minutes against Washington (Jan. 4)

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

Prior to Stanford
• 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