Among those student-athletes graduating are 24 football players, 17 track athletes, five women's basketball players, four each from both soccer and softball, three each from both men's basketball, and men's and women's tennis, two golfers, one gymnast and one volleyball player.
A very physical player who is an excellent post defender... Needs to be productive offensively, but his board work and defense are critical areas for the team.
2011 SEASON (R-JR.):
Played in 32 games during his first year at Utah State, averaging 8.7 minutes off the bench... Averaged 2.6 points and 1.6 rebounds, while shooting 47.7 percent from the field (31-65) and 62.9 percent at the free throw line (22-35)... Finished the year with 11 blocks to rank third on the team... Also took 10 charges to rank second on the team to go along with three dunks... Played 20-plus minutes in each of his first two games, filling in for an injured Nate Bendall... Had season-highs with nine points, seven rebounds and two blocked shots in 22 minutes against Weber State (11/13) in the season opener as he was 3-of-7 from the field and 3-for-4 at the free throw line... Played a season-high 24 minutes in his next game at Brigham Young as he had five points and six boards.
2010 SEASON (JR.):
Redshirted during his first year at Utah State after transferring from the University of Utah.
Played in 16 games, starting four, as a sophomore at the University of Utah as he averaged 0.7 points and 0.8 rebounds... Had three assists, seven blocks and two steals in limited playing time... Shot 55.6 percent from the field (5-9) and was 1-of-1 from the free throw line... Tied his previous career-high with five points against Colorado State and also had a season-high five rebounds against the Rams... During his freshman year at Utah, he appeared in 26 games and averaged 0.9 points and 1.0 rebounds to go along with seven blocks, four assists and four steals... Shot 60.0 percent from the field (9-15) and recorded a then career-high six rebounds against South Carolina Upstate.
Was named Utah's Mr. Basketball as a prep senior and Class 5A Most Valuable Player as he averaged nearly 23.0 points, 10.0 rebound and 6.0 blocks per game... Led Riverton High School to back-to-back state championship game appearances as a junior and senior and was named the Region II Most Outstanding Player both years... Was a two-time first-team all-state selection.
Full name is Morgan Scott Grim... Born Nov. 7, 1988 in Salt Lake City, Utah... Parents are Scott and Tracy Grim... Enjoys going to the beach, camping, fishing and hunting... Majoring in public health.