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When asked if Michigan was on top of his list, he said, "Michigan is huge, yeah, Michigan is huge." His eyes lit up as he spoke. It was a forshadowing of things to come ...
Here are some stats:
As a freshman, he was brought up to the varsity from the junior varsity for the second game of the season and started all the remaining games rushing for 1,402 yards and 29 touchdowns.
As a sophomore, he started all games (9 regular season & 5 playoff games) rushing for 2,096 yards (1,308 regular season & 788 playoffs) and 40 TD's (23 reg. & 17 playoffs). He also caught 15 passes for 192 yards (10 reg. for 136 yds. & 5 playoffs for 56 yds.) and 3 TD's (2 reg. & 1 playoffs).
In the regular season games his longest rush in a game was 73 yds. and his highest game rushing total was 192 yds. In the playoff games his longest rush was 63 yds. and his highest game rushing total was 193 yds.
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Here are Grady's stats from his first two games. Quite impressive:
First game against Ottawa Hills, Kevin had 21 carries for 186 yards including runs of 56 and 50 yards. The 50 yard carry was for a touchdown. He scored a total of 3 touchdowns all by rushing. He also caught two passes for 14 yards. East won 41 to 0 so Kevin was done about mid way through the 3rd qtr. This last Friday against Cedar Springs, Kevin had 23 carries for 153 yards and 4 rushing touchdowns. He also scored on a 36 yard pass for a total of 5 touchdowns for the game. Again, because East won 43 to 3 Kevin only plays about 2.5 quarters. I should add he had a 17 yard punt return and a 25 yard kickoff return in this last game.