27 Sean Grady
27 Sean Grady
Height: 5-10
Weight: 190
Year: RS Junior
Hometown: Geneva, Ill.
High School: Geneva Community
Position: DB

2012:  Named first team All-PFL...starter in all 11 games...led the Bulldogs and ranked fifth in the PFL in passes defended (0.91)...second on the team and 12th in the PFL in tackles...third among defensive backs in the PFL in tackles...led the Bulldogs in solo tackles...had a team-high eight pass breakups...selected conference Defensive Player of the Week after recording a career-high 15 tackles, including a career-high 10 solo stops, at Western Illinois...recorded 13 tackles at Drake...had 10 tackles at Davidson...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

2011:  PFL Academic Honor Roll...honorable mention All-PFL defensive back...starter in all 11 games...finished fourth on the team and tied for 26th in the PFL in tackles with 62...tied for seventh in the PFL in tackles for defensive backs...had a career-high 11 tackles at Indiana State...posted eight tackles against Valparaiso and Davidson...wound up fifth on the team in tackles for loss (4.5)...shared the team lead and tied for sixth in the PFL in pass interceptions with three...had a school-record 90-yard pass interception return for a touchdown against Valparaiso...finished with two pass breakups and one forced fumble.

2010:  Received a “One Play Warrior” (Butler Special Teams performance) Award...played in 10 games...finished seventh on the team in solo tackles...had a career-high six tackles, including five solo, at Drake...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

2009:  Did not see varsity action in first season with the Bulldogs...named to the PFL Academic Honor Roll.

Personal:  Physical Education & Health major...born 8/10/91...son of Brian and Maureen Grady.

High School:  Two-year all-conference defensive back at Geneva High School...team captain as a senior...recorded 94 tackles and three pass interceptions...helped high school squad to a 24-2 record, a pair of conference championships and a state runner-up finish over two seasons...earned two varsity letters each in football, basketball and baseball...High School Coach:  Rob Wicinski.