High School: Named the MVP of District 26-4A by the Austin American Statesman in 2012 as a quarterback ... selected to the Statesman District 26-4A first-team offense as a utility player ... named to the All-Central Texas third-team by the Statesman as a utility player ... started senior season as a wide receiver before moving over to quarterback ... had over 1,000 all-purpose yards in 2012 ... team MVP as a senior ... selected to 2011 All-CenTex second-team as a wide receiver when he had 56 catches and 18 total touchdowns ... 2011 first-team 26-4A All-District first-team selection as wide receiver and second-team selection as a safety ... led team to a 6-4 record as a junior, a district championship and the 55-26 bi-district playoffs ... returned an interception 65 yards for a touchdown in 2011 ... named to 2010 26-4A All-District second-team as a sophomore.
Other Notes: Brother D.J. Grant played tight end at Texas from 2008-12.
Coaches Comments: "He is a big-time playmaker with great football instincts. He was a two-way player in high school and is expected to compete at the safety position for us."