One More Time for Stitt, Grant

One More Time for Stitt, Grant


One More Time for Stitt, Grant


Jerai Grant and Demontez Stitt hope Saturday’s game will be their last in Littlejohn Coliseum.  The two seniors could not have handled the transition to a new head coach in their final season any better.  The two seniors have the Tigers poised to make the NCAA tourney for the fourth straight year.

Demontez enters the game scoring 14 points or more in the last seven games.  Grant has made 79 of his last 118 field goals in Littlejohn.

Watch the two seniors talk about the Hokies, their final game at Littlejohn and much more!



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