After transfer, Grantham makes big impact for Bobcats in football and baseball

Today’s senior spotlight is on Corbin Grantham of Buchholz High School.  Grantham, who is the son of University of Florida defensive coordinator Todd Grantham, played football and baseball for the Bobcats and made a big impact in both sports when he moved from Louisville. 

In 2018, Grantham recorded 79 tackles, two for a loss, three interceptions, five passes defended, one fumble caused, and one fumble recovery, helping him to receive an offer from the University of Kentucky, among others.  But it was baseball where Grantham would decide on his future.

Corbin Grantham of Buchholz High School

Grantham’s favorite high school sports moment was winning a state championship his freshman year at Trinity High School in Louisville.

At Buchholz, Grantham was a first team all-area selection as a junior after batting .351 with six doubles, one home run, 23 runs scored, and 24 stolen bases. His senior campaign was off to a great start – batting .409 with three doubles and a triple for the 7-2 Bobcats. Grantham will play baseball at Mississippi State next season.

If you or someone you know is a graduating senior who participated in spring sports this season, we want to hear from you.  You can either send us an audio shout out which we will play on the radio, or send us your bio and I will voice it for you.  For more information, please email mike@ThePrepZone.com

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Mike Ridaught is the founder and publisher of ThePrepZone.com, the foremost website for high school sports in northeast Florida.

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