Duke Football BIO
22 Britton Grier
2015: Enters the fall as a starting defensive end ... made transition from linebacker to defensive end during 2013 spring practice ... in 32 career games, has nine tackles including a personal-high two stops against Elon in 2014 ... has played 494 career snaps.
2014: Played in 11 games ... missed the North Carolina and Arizona State tilts ... carded six tackles and one QB pressure ... logged a season-high two stops against N.C. Central ... on the field for 245 snaps.
2013: Did not see game action.
2012: Played in 11 games ... missed the first two weeks of the season due to injury ... carded single tackles against Virginia Tech and Miami ... on the field for 170 total plays.
2011: Played in 10 games, exclusively on special teams ... did not see action in the Tulane and Virginia contests ... had one tackle versus Georgia Tech ... on the field for 79 snaps.
PRIOR TO DUKE: Three-year letterman at West Charlotte under coach Marcus Surrat ... helped West Charlotte to a three-year ledger of 28-9 with three state playoff berths ... as a senior, carded 110 tackles, 10 sacks and six caused fumbles ... 2010 All-Mecklenburg pick by the Charlotte Observer ... logged 95 tackles with 15 sacks as a junior ... finished prep career with 290 total tackles ... also participated in track and field ... member of the 2009 state championship 4x200-meter relay team.
PERSONAL: Son of Bobby and Missy Grier ... born June 8, 1993 ... double majoring in cultural anthropology and African/African American studies.