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Greg Grant, CEO/President

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Greg Grant , CEO/President


It's been 16 years since Grant graduated, but his name still dots the Trenton State (now College of New Jersey) record book. He remains atop the list for career scoring with 2,611 point in only three season of playing. He also holds the record nationally for points scored in one season with 1,044 points for the 1988-1989 season. He is the all-time lead scoring player for the entire State of New Jersey. 

The feisty guard became the ultimate rags-to-riches story when he parlayed his career at a small Division 3 college into a seven-year stint in the NBA. Originally drafted by Phoenix Suns, Grant also played for New York, Philadelphia and Denver. Despite his far-flung successes, the local phenom has never forsaken his roots. Trenton has always been home for Grant. Along with hosting an annual basketball camp for kids, Grant today gives his time and money to so many charity and events. He makes sure his company gives as much as it gets back to his community.




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Greg Grant

Career Highlights

  • Seven year NBA career

  • NBA career high 18 points against Boston Celtics (1990)
  • Career high assist 14 against San Antonio Spurs (1990)
  • Season high 218 assists for Philadelphia 76ers (1992-1993)
  • Co-MVP with David Robinson Los Angles Pro-Summer League (1989)
  • Los Angles Pro Summer League record with 51 points & 16 assists in a single game
  • Drafted by Phoenix Suns second round pick (1989)
  • Division III Player of the Year (1989)
  • Two time First Team College All American (1987-1989)
  • National Leading Scorer, 32.6 scoring average , (1988-1989)
  • National Leading Scorer, 30.6 scoring average , (1987-1988)
  • Trenton State College All-Time Leading Scorer, 2,611 points
  • Trenton State College, All-Time Leader in steals
  • Trenton State College, Single Game Record Holder, 53 points
  • National Record Holder, Single Season, 1,044 points, (1988-1989)
  • NCAA, five game tournament (Regional and Final Four), National Record-Most Points Scored, 185 points (1988-1989)
  • NCAA, two game regional tournament, National Record-Most Points Scored, 85 points (1987-1988)
  • Division III Highest Scoring Average Record Holder, 30.6 points
  • Led Trenton State College to first conference championship (1988-1989 season)
  • Named the Greatest Athlete in Trenton State College History 
  • Led Trenton State College to first National Championship Game ( 1989)
  • Voted MVP in the NCAA Final Four Tournament ( 1989)
  • Three time New Jersey College Player of the Year (1986-1989)
  • and so many more records
  • New Jersey greatest basketball player? maybe not, but let's see what you have done.