Named to the All-Big East second team...finished the season as BC's top receiver (52 catches for 745 yards, 3 TDs)... made at least one reception in the last 30 straight games of his career...signed a contract as a free agent with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Caught two passes for 25 yards vs. Ball State in the season opener...four catches for 50 yards and one touchdown vs. Penn State...caught five passes for 85 yards and one touchdown vs. Connecticut...reeled in the game-winning touchdown on a 36-yard pass from Paul Peterson...caught three passes for 76 yards vs. Wake Forest, including a season-high 49 yard reception...caught one pass for six yards vs. Massachusetts...caught twelve passes for 164 yards, both career-highs, at Pittsburgh, including a long of 49 yards which tied a season-high; also blocked a punt on special teams...caught four passes for 87 yards, including a long of 31 yards at Notre Dame...led the team in receptions with five for 70 yards vs. Rutgers...two catches for 10 yards at West Virginia...four receptions for a team-leading 82 yards at Temple...team-high five catches for 37 yards vs. Syracuse...five catches for 53 yards, one touchdown in final game of his career, BC's 37-24 win over North Carolina in the Continental Tire Bowl.
BC's leading receiver in 2003; 46 catches, 720 yards (15.7 per catch, 55.4 per game), five touchdowns...started all 13 games...he and Joel Hazard formed a solid junior receiving duo...one catch for eight yards vs. Wake Forest in the season opener...caught one pass for 18 yards at Penn State...caught five passes for 57 yards at Connecticut...two catches for 27 yards against Miami....caught three passes for 44 yards and had one fumble recovery in the end zone for a TD against Ball State...caught four passes for 85 yards with one touchdown at Temple...caught four passes for 37 yards, a long of 17 vs. Syracuse...career-high four catches for 103 yards, a long of 28 vs. Notre Dame...caught four passes for season-high 95 yards, one being a career-high 69-yard reception vs. Pittsburgh...caught a career-high seven passes for 89 yards and one touchdown vs. West Virginia, including a long of 38 on a fourth down and 14 situation in the game's final possession...caught two passes for 16 yards at Rutgers...caught four passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns...scored the game-winning touchdown on a 64-yard pass from Paul Peterson.
Saved his best game for last - five catches for 92 yards and two touchdowns in BC's win over Toledo in the Motor City Bowl...wed his way to number two on the depth chart in the early part of the season and got the starting nod in the Navy game for the injured Keith Hemmings; also started the Rutgers game for the injured Jamal Burke...finished the season as BC's second-leading receiver; played in all 13 games, had 37 catches for 542 yards (avg. 14.6 per catch), six touchdowns...averaged 41.7 receiving yards per game...two catches for 17 yards in the Connecticut game, including a 14-yard reception from Brian St. Pierre with less than four minutes remaining that helped BC defeat the Huskies...returned three punts in the Connecticut game...caught two passes for 33 yards vs. Stanford, including a 33-yarder from St. Pierre...two catches for 16 yards vs. Miami in the Orange Bowl...three catches for 23 yards vs. Central Michigan...led all Eagles with five catches for 75 yards vs. Virginia Tech...snagged two touchdown catches in the Navy game...three catches for 21 yards, including a 16-yard grab, in the Pittsburgh game...four catches for 59 yards in the Syracuse game...six catches for 99 yards, including a 30-yarder, vs. Temple...got the starting nod vs. Rutgers and made his fourth touchdown catch of the year, a 35-yarder from St. Pierre.
Saw his first action of his collegiate career and played in 10 games, plus the Music City Bowl win vs. Georgia...served as a backup wide receiver and also saw action on special teams...made two receptions -- a 13-yarder against West Virginia (Sept. 1) and one for 16 yards against Temple (Oct. 6)...also had one punt return for minus-one yard vs. Pittsburgh (Oct. 20) and a tackle vs. Virginia Tech (Oct. 13).
Was one of 11 student-athletes honored at the Bergen County Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Award dinner -- the athletes are honored for achievements in athletics and academics...was named to The (Bergen)Record 's all-century first team as a kick returner...played in the third annual Governor's Bowl at Michie Stadium on the West Point campus; the game matches the best seniors from New Jersey and New York...earned all-state and all-county honors as a senior wide receiver/defensive back at Glen Rock High School...captured all-state Group 1 and all-county second-team accolades as a junior...was a three-time all-league selection...was a four-year starter for head coach Alan Deaett...led Glen Rock to three state championships -- 1996, 1998 and 1999...made 31 receptions for 636 yards in 1999; scored 16 touchdowns, including five special-teams scores...returned three punts for scores...registered 1,153 all-purpose yards...made five interceptions in his final season...also excelled as a member of his school's basketball and baseball teams.
Grant Adams, born May 8, 1982...enrolled in the Carroll School of Management as a finance major...an honor roll student in high school...Grant is the oldest of Minnie and Rick Adams' three children.