Curtis Grantham

Curtis  Grantham


Huntsville, AL

High School:
Overland Park (CO)

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 280


Civil Engineering

2005 (Junior) - Played and started in all 11 games at right guard ... was second on the team in knockdown blocks.

2004 (Junior) - Played in one game, starting the season opener against California ... was injured on the game's fourth play, breaking his lower leg ... missed the remainder of the season following surgery ... received a medical redshirt, as he left the Academy for a semester to rehabilitate the injury.

2003 (Sophomore) - Was a backup guard behind Jesse Underbakke and Cory Crossetti ... dressed for nine games and played in seven on the offensive line ... also played on the junior varsity team ... listed No.1 at right guard after 2004 spring drills.

2002 (Freshman) - Played offensive guard on the junior varsity.

High School - Lettered three years in football and wrestling ... first-team all-conference and all-state in football as a senior ... first-team all-conference and second-team all-state as a junior ... second-team all-conference as a junior in wrestling ... regional champion in wrestling as a senior ... football coach was Toni Manfredi.

Personal - Parents are Curtis Grantham, Jr., and Jackie McCauley ... has three siblings, Xavier McCauley (27), LaQueta McCauley (25) and Anjanette Grantham (21) ... attended the USAFA Prep School and played football ... nickname is Junkyard G ... member of cadet squadron 29 ... is the element NCO in his squadron ... worked as an element leader during Basic Cadet Training in the summer of 2005 ... worked Global Engagement and FERL (a civil engineering training ground) in the summer of 2004 ... birth date is Jan. 22, 1983 ... majoring in civil engineering ... hobbies are playing cards and dancing ... favorite class is math ... favorite book is Dr. Seuss' Green Eggs and Ham ... favorite TV show is "The Family Guy" ... favorite musical group is Boyz II Men ... person in history he would like to meet is Tupac ... greatest moment in sports was winning the high school regional wrestling championship ... wears his jersey number because his father chose it for him ... the thing he likes most about AFA football is the brotherhood among the players ... if he could live anywhere in the world it would be Spain ... lists his father as having the greatest influence on his sports career ... the thing he likes most about the AFA coaching staff is "their commitment to the players."

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