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JAKEEM GRANT RUMORS & GOSSIP

VIDEO: Texas Tech Receiver Does Spectacular Box Jump Taller Than Him

While college coaches are going across the country trying to get the next great recruiting class to come to their school, players are in the weight room and practicing to keep their skills fresh for spring football, beginning in just over a month at most schools. Out at Texas Tech, one wide receiver is defying the laws of height with his recent box drill move. Jakeem Grant, who...
Via Gamedayr
13 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant Clears 73 Inch Box Jump

Anyone that watched a Texas Tech game during the season is well aware of how talented and insanely athletic wide receiver Jakeem Grant is. The budding star was a highlight reel  waiting to happen for the Red Raiders last season, and hopes teams will be more interested in what he can do over his small size (5'6" and 170 pounds).Someone is bound to find it too hard to overlook his...
Via FatManWriting
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: 5’7 Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant Somehow Lands Ridiculous 6’1 Box Jump

College football produces some ridiculously talented athletes that can successfully pull of a number of impressive feats, but Texas Tech wide receiver Jakeem Grant pulled off something seemingly impossible.  At 5-foot-7, Grant manages to land a 6-foot-1 box jump – a full six inches taller than he measures in at. Now that’s explosive. Here’s the video, posted to Twitter by...
Via College Spun
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Hype video highlights Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant

One name to watch next month at the NFL Scouting Combine will be former Texas Tech wide receiver Jakeem Grant who, despite being smaller than almost all NFL receivers at 5-foot-7, 168 pounds, could still turn a lot of heads. Sure enough, a video of Grant’s highlights was produced to entice scouts to take a further look at him. Check it out! Grant, despite his size, was a three...
Via Campus Sports Net
15 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant Scores Third Touchdown Of the Night After Making LSU Defender Miss

Texas Tech's offense can score pretty fast, but if they don't stop LSU from scoring it may not matter how fast they put points up. After falling behind big in the second half Texas Tech finally got the offense moving again early in the fourth quarter. DeAndre Washington and Jakeem Grant did the bulk of the work, but it was Grant that got to finish the drive off.Maybe next time LSU...
Via FatManWriting
December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Jakeem Grant executes a filthy juke en route to TD no. 3

Texas Tech wide receiver Jakeem Grant knows the NFL scouts are watching the Texas Bowl. Grant, a 5'7" receiver for the Red Raiders, is one of the fastest and most elusive players in the country despite his size.But Grant was absolutely outstanding in the Texas Bowl, scoring three touchdowns and leaving LSU defenders in the dust. Check out this impressive move he puts on a Tiger defensive...
Via Fox Sports
December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant Breaks Michael Crabtree's Career Receiving Record With Big Catch

Jakeem Grant needed about 70 yards Thursday night against Texas to break Michael Crabtree's career receiving yards record (3,127). He ended up needing just two catches to break the mark, which is good since he only had two catches on the night. His second set the Red Raiders up for a touchdown and officially made him the career receiving yards leader for Texas Tech.So what if Crabtree...
Via FatManWriting
November 27, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Texas Tech WR zig-zags for 90-yard reception

Texas Tech wide receiver Jakeem Grant took on the entire Oklahoma State defense and won with a 90-yard reception on Saturday. Grant caught the ball inside of his own 5-yard line, escaped a few defenders, switched to the other side of the field, got a block from his quarterback and took it all the way inside the Oklahoma State 10. He's still on his feet? He's still on his feet...
Via Larry Brown Sports
October 31, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant With A 100-Yard Kick Return For A Touchdown

Earlier in the game Jakeem Grant made a beautiful run after a catch for a 90-yard gain. He came close to scoring a touchdown on what would have been a 97-yard play, but he needed one more block in order to make it happen and didn't get it. So when he got the ball back in is hands on a kick-off he made sure he finished the job taking the ball 100-yards through the Oklahoma State coverage...
Via FatManWriting
October 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Texas Tech’s Jakeem Grant Cuts Up Entire Oklahoma State Defense On 90 Yard Reception

Jakeem Grant didn’t quite make it to the end zone on this 90-yard catch and run, but you’ll be hard pressed to find a more impressive play this weekend. Grant catches the ball at the Texas Tech five, and jukes at least seven Pokes, while zigging and zagging across the entire field twice. ESPN has the play at 90 yards, but he probably ran closer to 140. This is insane. pic.twitter...
Via College Spun
October 31, 2015  |  Discuss
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