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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: HMC...PWuerffel

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  Oregon State defensive back Jaydon Grant has been named to the preseason watch list for the Wuerffel Trophy. Grant is one of 93 players on the watch list for the award, which recognizes college football players who serve others, celebrate their positive impact on society and inspire greater service in the world. Grant, a native of West Linn, has played in 32 career games for the Beavers, which includes 16 starts. He received all-Pac-12 honorable mention in 2020 after making 29 tackles with two interceptions and two pass breakups. Off the field, he graduated with a degree in digital communication arts in 2020 and has been active in the community, working with the homeless as well as a Night to Shine event, which provides a prom night experience for people with special needs. - Gazette Times

(DS#48 CB) rJr/2023 CB Jaydon GrantOregon State
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  The Beavers conducted their first scrimmage of spring ball Saturday and ran through about 100 plays, according to head coach Jonathan Smith. The scrimmage was not open to reporters or photographers. But Smith said the defense delivered a stout performance and flashed some of the dynamic playmaking ability the OSU coaching staff is hoping to see this fall. "I think we've made progress," Smith said of the effort to create more takeaways. "Each game's different. But I think we're playing more physical defensively. Watching them live tackle today, there were a lot of physical tackles. We've made a point of that; it's how you create more turnovers, just getting the ball out by being physical. We had a couple takeaways interception-wise. It's progressing and we'll keep working on it."

Smith said that Rejzohn Wright and Michael Erhart each had interceptions during the scrimmage. A large reason for the optimism surrounding the defense this spring is the continuity at nearly every position. The secondary, in particular, is loaded with experienced players. Smith said he feels like Oregon State has three or four starting-caliber cornerbacks in the fold, which is a luxury the Beavers haven't always had. He was complimentary of corners Alex Austin and Jaden Robinson, as well as newcomer E.J. Jones. At safety, Smith said Jaydon Grant has had "another great spring" and Alton Julian, Wynston Russell and Kitan Oladapo have all been turning heads as well. "A lot of those guys have been around," Smith said of the Beavers' defense. "They're bigger, stronger and know the scheme. They're tackling. They're physical and going to work. Really at each position, you can point out some guys who have been pretty solid. That kind of showed up as a unit today." - Gazette Times


(DS#48 CB) rJr/2023 CB Jaydon GrantOregon State
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  2020 ALL-PAC-12 CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION: DB Jaydon Grant, Jr.,...Grant was fifth on the team with 29 tackles, and the defensive back intercepted two passes in 2020, along with two pass breakups. He scored a touchdown off a punt block in the second game of the season at Washington. - Oregon State Football

(DS#48 CB) rJr/2023 CB Jaydon GrantOregon State
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  Oregon State junior Jaydon Grant is the Beavers' front man for the Pac-12 Football Unity, a movement by a group of players asking the conference for change when it comes to COVID-19 safety, race issues and revenue sharing. Grant told The Oregonian/OregonLive that he's "willing to sit" out part or all of the 2020 football season if their COVID-19 protocols aren't put in place for player safety. Asked how much support there is among Oregon State players for the movement, Grant said he would "only speak for myself, but I'm willing to stand on what I believe in. Yeah, I'm willing to sit if there isn't the right precautions, and the right protocols in place to where we feel comfortable and feel assured that our health and safety will not be compromised by the pandemic." Grant said he spoke with Oregon State coaches regarding his belief on this matter, even before it became public Sunday. "I didn't want them to feel like they've been blindsided," Grant said. "They've told me they're proud of me, told me they support me. They understand it's really not about Oregon State but it's about the system." - The Oregonian

(DS#48 CB) rJr/2023 CB Jaydon GrantOregon State
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  2020 WUERFFEL TROPHY PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Jaydon Grant, Oregon State, junior, defensive back,...Grant, a native of West Linn, Ore., has already graduated with a degree in digital communication arts. He was one of several student-athletes who have spearheaded the Dam Change platform to to bring awareness regarding the issues of systemic racism in today's society. The platform will educate, empower, and enhance the experience of Black student-athletes and staff. It will also assist in helping the athletics community and beyond to be more aware of the issues that exist. - Oregon State Football

(DS#48 CB) rJr/2023 CB Jaydon GrantOregon State
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