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Name: Grant Calcaterra (Transfer from Oklahoma)
College: Southern Methodist     Number: 80
Height: 6-4   Weight: 227
Position: TE  Pos2: FB/H-back
Class/Draft Year: rSr/2022

40 Low: 4.54
   40 Time: 4.64
  40 High: 4.73
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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Auburn...2020: NAC...Transfer from Oklahoma/Returning/Cleared to Play...2019: (+) Retired/Concussions...(+) Coming off Oct 2019 Concussion…P2ndDS/Pmackey/Pbiletnikoff…1st team All-Big 12, AP 1st team All-Big 12 w/26-396-15.2-6 rec, TT in 11 sts, 14 gms in '18. HM All-Big 12, Backup w/10-162-16.2-3 rec in 14 gms in '17.

 Grant Calcaterra, Southern Methodist, Player News


  SMU football added former Oklahoma TE Grant Calcaterra today, according to a post from Calcaterra's Twitter. He previously committed to Auburn in December of 2020, but withdrew that commitment following the firing of head coach Gus Malzahn. Calcaterra played three seasons with the Sooners, and was a starter. He recorded nine touchdown in his 41 receptions and had 637 career receiving yards. He played a big role, securing two touchdowns in the Big 12 title game in 2018. However, he retired after the 2019 season due to concussions, but announced he would return to the sport in after the 2020 season. - Dallas Morning News

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  Former All-Big 12 tight end Grant Calcaterra won't be transferring to Auburn after all. The former Oklahoma standout, who signed with Auburn as a transfer during December's early signing period, announced on Friday evening that he will not be playing for the Tigers next season and will seek to finish out his college career at another program. A 6-foot-4, 242-pounder originally from California, Calcaterra planned to come to Auburn as a graduate transfer. He has not played in a college game since Oct. 5, 2019, when injuries cut his junior season short that year. He then stepped away from football due to a series of concussions he sustained during his career, but he had a chance of heart this fall and decided to pursue a return to the field as a transfer in 2021. - Birmingham News

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley doesn't have any hard feelings toward his former tight end, who will soon play for Auburn. Former Sooner standout Grant Calcaterra announced he'll be transferring to the SEC program a year after he medically retired from football due to his history with concussions. Calcaterra decided in August to resume his playing career and entered the NCAA transfer portal, leading him to the Tigers. "That's not really a surprise knowing him, the type of competitor he is and player he is," Riley said. "He had some great moments here, some great moments. Was a big-time player for us and will be, in some ways, hard seeing him play in another jersey."

Calcaterra finished his OU career with 637 yards receiving and nine touchdowns. He averaged 15.5 yards a catch, hauling in 41 passes over 33 games. Riley confirmed Calcaterra discussed his football future at OU after choosing to come out of retirement from the sport but didn't disclose any details to those conversations. "I'm not going to get too far into them," Riley said. "but I am excited that he's found an opportunity to go play at Auburn. He's one of those guys you want nothing but the best for that kid and he clearly wants to play again." - Norman Transcript


(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  Grant Calcaterra's football career will continue, just not with Oklahoma. Nearly a year to the day after the tight end medically retired from football due to multiple concussions, Calcaterra announced he will be transferring to Auburn. "A year ago, I would've never pictured my life the way is it now," wrote Calcaterra, who announced his intentions to enter the NCAA transfer portal on Aug. 15, in a tweet. "I don't believe in bad situations, just opportunities for growth. I'm more than grateful for this past year, but even more excited for my future challenges. Thanks again Sooner Nation. #WarEagle." Calcaterra played in three games last year, posting 79 receiving yards via five receptions. His final appearance came in a 45-20 victory over Kansas on Oct. 5. - Norman Transcript

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  Auburn has emerged as a potential landing spot for a former All-Big 12 tight end. Sources have told AL.com that the Tigers are in the mix with ex-Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra, who retired last year after multiple concussions but announced in August that he plans to return to football. A former four-star recruit, the 6-foot-4, 235-pound Calcaterra had 26 catches for 396 yards and six touchdowns during Kyler Murray's Heisman season in 2018 and was selected first-team all-conference. - Birmingham News

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  Former Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra has decided to return to football. Calcaterra made the announcement on Twitter on Saturday night, nine months after saying he was retiring from football after suffering multiple concussions while playing football. "I am returning to football," Calcaterra said in a note posted to social media. "This is something I've been thinking about since the day I stepped away." Calcaterra earned his bachelor's degree last spring and was honored during Senior Night activities. He finished with 14 starts in 33 games. He caught 41 passes for 637 yards and nine touchdowns. His final scoring reception for the Sooners was in the 2018 Big 12 Championship game when his one-handed grab sealed his team’s victory. - Tulsa World

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  Oklahoma tight end Grant Calcaterra has retired from football because of concussions. He made the announcement in a video on social media Thursday, and a school spokesman confirmed the decision. An All-Big 12 selection last season, Calcaterra finished his career with 41 catches for 637 yards and nine touchdowns. He caught two touchdown passes in the Big 12 Championship Game win over Texas last season.

Calcaterra said he had a concussion in practice a month ago and had since consulted numerous professionals about his future before deciding to step away. He had played in just five games this season and finished with five catches for 79 yards. Calcaterra said he will graduate in May 2020 with a degree in a Communications and a minor in Health and Exercise Science. He plans to eventually return home to southern California and become a firefighter. - AP College Football


(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  2019 PRESEASON PHIL STEELE/DRAFT SCOUT FBS P5 SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: Grant Calcaterra, Oklahoma, Jr.,...Calcaterra was an All-Big 12 First Team honoree by the league's coaches and the media in 2018 after starting in 11 of 14 games and registering 26 receptions for 396 yards and six touchdowns. He has collected 36 receptions for 558 yards and nine touchdowns in his first two seasons in Norman. - Oklahoma Football

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  2019 PRESEASON JOHN MACKEY AWARD WATCH LIST: Grant Calcaterra, JR, Oklahoma,...Calcaterra was an All-Big 12 First Team honoree by the league's coaches and the media in 2018 after starting in 11 of 14 games and registering 26 receptions for 396 yards and six touchdowns. He made two TD grabs in the Big 12 Championship, but no score all season was more impressive or important than his one-handed snag with 2 minutes remaining that represented the game's final points in the 39-27 victory. - Oklahoma football

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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  2019 PRESEASON BILETNIKOFF AWARD WATCH LIST: Grant Calcaterra, Oklahoma,...Calcaterra was an All-Big 12 First Team honoree by the league's coaches and the media in 2018 after starting in 11 of 14 games and registering 26 receptions for 396 yards and six touchdowns. He made two TD grabs in the Big 12 Championship, but no score all season was more impressive or important than his one-handed snag with 2 minutes remaining that represented the game's final points in the 39-27 victory. He has collected 36 receptions for 558 yards and nine touchdowns in his first two seasons in Norman. - Oklahoma Football

(DS#35 TE) rSr/2022 TE Grant CalcaterraSouthern Methodist
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