Grace Mens Basketball Adds 6' Ohio Guard, Graydon Hutchinson

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Grace Mens Basketball Adds 6' Ohio Guard, Graydon Hutchinson

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GROVE CITY, OH – The Grace Christian University men’s basketball program is excited to announce the signing of Graydon Hutchinson. Graydon is a 6′ point guard from Grove City who despite being a true freshman, comes with a collegiate skill set. Graydon was All Conference and Defensive Player of the Year at Grove City High School in Ohio. 

Graydon shot 42% FG, 84% from the line, 106 steals, 212 rebounds, 178 assists, 30 point career high game,  and scored 668 points while at Grove City. 

Coach Ryan Krombeen is very excited about what Graydon brings to the Tigers program. He expects Graydon to provide an impact at both ends of the court. 

"When it comes time to go to battle, Graydon is a kid you gotta have with you if you’re gonna be successful"  says Head Coach Eric Saxton from Grove City HS. 

 When asked about Grace, Graydon said “I chose Grace because of Coach Krombeen and his approach to the game I love. He made me feel at home and instantly welcome. I also met with the business professor who had a great faith-based and realistic approach to teaching. I visited several universities but none of them could offer what Christian Grace brings to the table."

Welcome, Graydon! 

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