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Garrett Grayson
QB #18
Height:
6-2
Weight:
220
College:
Colorado State
Hometown:
Vancouver, Wash.
Experience:
2

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The former Colorado State standout and 2014 Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Grayson looks to continue to learn and develop under one of the league’s most accomplished players in Drew Brees, as well as one of its best backups in Luke McCown. Grayson spent his rookie campaign under their tutelage, serving as the primary backup to McCown for one game while Brees was injured, while he dressed but did not play in three other contests. He enters the 2016 season looking to compete for that backup role, while learning from two of the most tenured players at the position.

NFL CAREER – The former Colorado State standout and 2014 Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Grayson looks to continue to learn and develop under one of the league’s most accomplished players in Drew Brees, as well as one of its best backups in Luke McCown. Grayson spent his rookie campaign under their tutelage, serving as the primary backup to McCown for one game while Brees was injured, while he dressed but did not play in three other contests. He enters the 2016 season looking to compete for that backup role, while learning from two of the most tenured players at the position.

CAREER TRANSACTIONS – Agreed to terms on a four-year contract, 5/11/15; Selected by Saints in the third round (75th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft.

2015 – The first-year quarterback spent the majority of his rookie campaign as the third quarterback, declared inactive in 12-of-16 games on the season…With Drew Brees out with a shoulder injury, dressed for first time of career at Carolina, Sept. 27, serving as the primary backup to Luke McCown…Dressed, but did not play in three other games on the season (vs. Tennessee, Nov. 8, at Washington, Nov. 15, and vs. Jacksonville, Dec. 27).

COLLEGE – Started 35-of-37 games played over his collegiate career, accumulating 9,190 yards, 64 touchdowns with 27 interceptions on 688-of-1113 passing (61.8 pct.)…As a senior, started all 13 contests and completed 270-of-420 passes (64.3%) for 4,006 yards with 32 touchdown passes, leading the Mountain West conference in both passing yards and TDs…Named the Mountain West Conference Offensive Player of the Year and also garnered first-team All-Mountain West…TD pass total was tied for eighth in NCAA FBS and his passer efficiency rating of 166.2 was ranked fifth in NCAA FBS and first among Mountain West Conference quarterbacks…Threw for more than 300 yards in a school-record 11 games…Passed for 434 yards at Boise State, Sept. 6 and 425 yards against UC Davis, Sept. 13, making his 859 passing yards, the most-ever by a Colorado State passer in consecutive games…As a junior, started all 14 games for first time, completing 297-of-478 attempts for 3,696 yards (61.1 pct.), 23 touchdowns with 11 interceptions…As a sophomore, completed 78-of-138 passes for 946 yards, seven touchdowns and three interceptions over six games with five starts…As a freshman, saw action in four games while starting three of them, and going 43-of-77 (55.8 pct.) for 542 yards, two touchdowns and six interceptions…Majored in communication studies.

PERSONAL: Appeared three times as both the first‐team QB in conference and the first‐team QB in his region, at Heritage (Vancouver, Wash.) HS…Broke most of Washington's Class 4A state passing records, and had nation's highest completion percentage as a senior (73.2%)...Topped 10,000 yards in total offense during prep career...Garnered consecutive Greater St. Helens League Most Valuable Player honors in 2008 and 2009...Three‐year starter and letterwinner, also played FS, CB and WR, and served two seasons as a team captain...Guided the Timberwolves to three consecutive Class 4A playoff berths and the Greater St. Helens League championship in 2008...Conference Player of the Year in 2009, completed 73.2 percent of his passes (238‐for‐325), for 2,720 yards, with 18 touchdown passes and only five interceptions...Also as a senior, averaged 8.2 yards on 117 carries (958 yards), with nine TDs…Uncle, Danny Grayson, was an All‐American linebacker at Washington State, selected in seventh round of 1990 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers…Garrett Bradley Grayson was born May 29, 1991 in Vancouver, Wash.

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