Academic All-Big Ten (2010) ... Honorable mention All-Big 10 (2008) ... Team MVP (2008) ... Big Ten Player of the Week (1-21-08).
As a Senior (2009-10)
Academic All-Big Ten ... Played in 101 Purdue victories and 138 total games, both school records at the end of his career ... Also finished his career ranked fourth in three-point field goal attempts (504), fifth in three-point field goals (177), 14th in minutes played (3,410) and 44th in career points (1,031) ... Became 46th player in program history to reach the 1,000-point mark in the Big Ten title-clinching win at Penn State on March 6 ... Played in all 35 games as a senior, starting 25 contests ... Averaged 6.6 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 22.9 minutes per outing ... Led the Boilermakers in assists eight times and steals on five occasions ... Had six points and shared game-high honors with four assists against Duke in the Sweet 16 ... Tallied five points and six boards in the win over Texas A&M in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Scored 11 second-half points to fuel the victory over Siena in the first round of the tournament ... Tied his career high with five treys and broke the 1,000-point barrier in the Big Ten title-clinching win at Penn State, finishing with a season-high 17 points ... Scored seven points and tallied three steals at home against Michigan State ... Had 10 points, including the game winner with 7.7 seconds to play, to go along with five rebounds and four assists in the win at Minnesota ... Poured in 15 points in the home win over Illinois ... Came up huge off the bench in the win at Ohio State, turning in 13 points ... Netted seven points and grabbed four rebounds in the home win over Iowa ... Scored six points in the victory at Michigan State ... Tied his career high with three offensive rebounds as part of a five-point, four-board night in the home win over Wisconsin ... Grabbed seven rebounds in the win at Illinois ... Scored eight points, ripped down six boards and recorded a season-high four steals in the win over West Virginia ... Had nine points and three assists without a turnover in the win at Iowa ... Registered 13 points and four boards in the win over SIU Edwardsville ... Scored six points, grabbed five boards and handed out three assists in the win over Ball State in the Wooden Tradition ... Netted 10 points in the win over Valparaiso ... Scored 10 points in the win over Central Michigan ... Made four critical free throws in the latter stages of the win over Tennessee in the championship game of the Paradise Jam to finish with four points ... Scored nine points and dished out four assists in the victory over St. Joseph's in the Paradise Jam semis ... Shared the game lead with four assists in the season-opening win over Cal State Northridge.
As a Junior (2008-09)
Averaged 27.2 minutes played in 37 contests, starting 20 games ... Averaged 7.9 points, 2.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists ... Connected on a team-high 61 three-point field goals, netting at least three in nine games ... Scored 10 points and grabbed a career-high 12 rebounds in the Boilermakers' 76-74 victory over Washington in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, earning his first-career double-double.
As a Sophomore (2007-08)
Voted team's Most Valuable Player ... Named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the league's head coaches and media ... Garnered Big Ten Player of the Week honors on Jan. 21 ... Played in 32 games, making 29 starts ... Averaged 11.2 points per contest, shooting 44.0 percent from beyond the arc ... Posted 20 double-figure scoring performances, collecting 15 or more points on nine occasions ... Led Purdue in scoring in eight games.
As a Freshman (2006-07)
Appeared in 34 games with 21 starts ... Averaged 4.4 points and 2.2 rebounds per game ... Scored in double figures three times ... Ranks in the top 10 among Purdue freshmen for games played (tied second), steals (fifth) and games (tied eighth).
Averaged 18.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists to lead Bridgton to a 23-6 record, the NEPSAC Class A championship and a No. 6 national ranking among prep schools ... Named MVP of NEPSAC Class A Tournament ... Ranked No. 21 overall postgraduate recruit by Scout.com ... Tabbed the No. 129 player in his class by Rivals.com ... Coached by Whit Lesure.
Averaged 24.0 points as a senior and 22.0 points as a junior at Gateway High School.
Full name is Keaton Leonard Grant ... Majoring in organizational leadership and supervision ... Born on Dec. 8, 1986 ... Son of James and Celia Grant ... Has one brother, James.