- Is beginning his 12th year overall with Billy Donovan, his 10th at the University of Florida after the two spent a pair of seasons together at Marshall.
- Elevated to his current title of Associate Head Coach in the spring of 2002 after serving as an assistant for his first six seasons.
- Grant played his college ball at Dayton where he guided the Flyers to two NCAA Tournament appearances, including a team that reached the Elite Eight only to fall to eventual National Champion Georgia.
- One of the best respected coaching minds in college basketball, he was recognized by both Sports Illustrated and The Sporting News as one of the top future coaching prospects in the sport.
The Grant File
|1987-92||Assistant Coach, Miami Senior High School|
|1992-93||Head Coach, Miami Central High School|
|1993-94||Assistant Coach, Stetson University|
|1994-96||Assistant Coach, Marshall University|
|1996-2001||Assistant Coach, University of Florida|
|2002-present||Associate Head Coach, University of Florida|
|1983-87||University of Dayton|
|1987||Miami Tropics, USBL|
Team MVP, 1987
Sharpenter Memorial Rebounding Award, 1987
Appeared in two NCAA Tournaments and one National Invitation Tournament
University of Dayton, 1987
Date of Birth:
April 15, 1966
Wife, former Christina Harrell
Sons, Anthony (3/28/96) and Preston (5/2/00)
Daughter, Jayda Danielle (8/22/01)
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