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Jerian Grant is a 6'5'', prolific combo guard who starts for Notre Dame.
His younger brother, Jerami Grant, will begin his freshman season fighting to slot himself into Syracuse's starting five.
But, the Grant family tree of basketball success doesn't end there.
Older brother Jerai played from 2007-11 at Clemson and averaged 12.4 points per game during his senior season. Younger brother Jaelin will follow his brothers and play for Dematha Catholic High School as part of the 2015 class.
All four are nephews of four-time NBA champion Horace Grant and sons of former first-round NBA draft pick Harvey Grant.
Jerian bolsters a solid Notre Dame backcourt and will help the Irish contend for a Big East conference title this season. As a sophomore in 2011-12, he tallied 12.3 points and 5 assists per game.
Jerami, a 6'7'' stretch-four forward, will fill a need for Syracuse with his versatility. He pairs with burly center Dajuan Coleman to create a formidable 2012 Orange recruiting class. ESPN placed him 37th in their 2012 rankings.
While the Grant brothers will only be competing in the same conference for one season with Syracuse leaving for the ACC, both Jerami and Jerian have the talent to work their way to the NBA and follow in the footsteps of their father.