Grant Becomes Third Verbal For 2010
Mark Allen, Domer Sports Report
Notre Dame Men's Basketball
It came down to between Notre Dame, DePaul and Providence. Then, Jerian Grant took a visit to the University of Notre Dame. Grant went home, talked it over with his parents and brother and committed to Mike Brey and the University of Notre Dame. He had seen enough to make his decision.
Of course, there were other factors on Notre Dame's side. One influence was the "DeMatha factor". Does the name DeMatha Catholic ring a bell? It should. Notre Dame once had a pipeline there and continues to have connections. Former stars such as Sid Catlett and Adrian Dantley went there. Current Notre Dame coaches Mike Brey and Rod Balanis are graduates of DeMatha. And, of course, there is the high school teacher who continually plied Grant with the history of the DeMatha-Notre Dame connection.
If you are looking at stats, Grant's will not jump out at you. The 6'4", 180 pounder averaged seven points, five rebounds and five assists per game. Those stats might be a bit deceiving. He played for the seventh ranked team in the nation and they were loaded. DeMatha finished 32-4.
Grant's ratings with the various recruiting services are much better than his stats. Rivals has him as a four star and the 92nd rated player overall. Scout has him a three star, but the 35th rated player overall. In addition, Grant is the son of a former NBA player Harvey Grant. So, the pedigree is there.
Grant, a shooting guard, becomes the third verbal commitment for the class of 2010. He joins Maryland recruit Eric Atkins. Atkins is a Rival four star and the 58th rated recruit. He is also friends with Grant. 6'6" Illinois shooting guard Alex Dragecivich rounds out the three verbals.
Brey has one more scholarship to give out for 2010. There is no doubt who is high on his wish list. It is 6'8" forward Tobias Harris out of New York. Harris is a five star recruit by both services. He is also a top 10 rated player by each.
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