Canadian receiver picking up interest 

September, 19, 2012
Bigger is better as far as receivers go with Michigan, and 2014 wide out Jaylan Grandison (Vineland, Ontario/Niagara Academy) has size in his corner. The 6-foot-4 junior started making noise over the summer during a 7-on-7 tournament and has seen his recruitment start to gain momentum.

"I've been hearing from Rutgers; they want me to come out for a visit in October. Minnesota recently spoke to me, and Virginia," he said. "I also spoke to [Michigan offensive coordinator] Al Borges a few weeks ago, because he thought I was in Georgia. He was saying something about getting me down to visit in November."

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Chantel Jennings/WolverineNationJaylan Grandison, a 2014 WR prospect from Canada, has done whatever he could to generate U.S. collegiate interest.
Since Grandison is from Canada he felt as though he wasn't getting as much exposure as he would in the United States so he had planned to transfer to a high school in Georgia. Due to some red tape and local rules he wasn't able to make the move and decided to transfer to Niagara Academy, which is in its first year of offering football.
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