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2011 — Finished second among defensive backs in both the fly 30 (2.98 seconds) and 40-yard electric (4.77) in winter conditioning …Returned a kickoff for 33 yards and two punt returns for 21 yards in the spring game for the Oregon white team.
Appeared in 12 games, serving on special teams and as part of a defensive back rotation … Had his first career fumble recovery in win vs. Arizona … Career and team-high seven stops - all solo - in win at Washington State … Returned a kickoff 23 yards in win at Arizona State … Recorded a pair of solo tackles and first career pass breakup in win vs. Portland State … Totaled two stops in win at Tennessee … Had a solo tackle vs. New Mexico … Demonstrated the team’s greatest improvement of 100 lbs in the squat lift (365) and posted team’s fastest time among defensive backs during winter testing, clocking an electronic 40 best of 4.73.
2009 — Appeared in seven games, primarily on special teams … Played season-high 12 snaps against Arizona State … Credited with one punt return in the regular season.
2008 — Redshirt season … Worked with the scout team primarily on defense and special teams.
BEFORE OREGON — Second-team all-state running back (The Oregonian), ranked as the third-best prospect in the state by Rivals.com as well as the 38th defensive back in the country … PrepStar all-West Region recipient and Tacoma News Tribune Western 100 honoree … Team captain, named Pacific Conference’s offensive player of the year and second-team all-league … Suffered an injury in the second game of the year, hampering him the remainder of his senior season, yet still managed to accumulate 1,661 all-purpose yards (184.6 avg.).
PERSONAL — Born Scott A. Grady on November 4, 1989 in San Diego, Calif. Parents: Richard Grady and Andrea Thomas. Family: Two brothers. High School (Coach): Tigard (Mitch Sanders) 2008. Major: Undeclared. Redshirt: 2008.