M. Basketball (1973-76)
Greg Grady was recruited by Hugh Durham to play basketball for the Seminoles from his hometown of New York City in 1973.
In an era where blocked shots were not a part of the official statistics, Grady was a tremendous defender in the paint recording 13 blocks against Stetson as a freshman in 1973. He was a four-year letter winner for the Seminoles and a three-year starter at center.
Grady’s top year statistically was in 1975 when as a junior he averaged 13.3 points, 10.3 rebounds and shot 58.1 percent from the field. He totaled 14 double-doubles in 1975 and nine the previous season.
Following his senior season, Grady’s 100 games played was the third most in FSU history, he was the fourth all-time leading rebounder with 793, and his career field goal percentage of 56.4 percent ranked as the third best in the record book.