Offers coming for 'deadly' '15 QB Granato 

May, 22, 2013
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JT GranatoSam Khan Jr./ESPN.comClass of 2015 quarterback J.T. Granato doesn't have any offers yet, but has interest from several schools.
CROSBY, Texas — The first time Houston Kinkaid coach Stephen Hill saw 2015 quarterback J.T. Granato play, the then-eighth grader threw three interceptions in a game.

That day, Hill didn't doubt his future signal-caller's skills. Instead, he went to J.T.'s father, John, and spoke prophetically.


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