Former U-M Multiple Sport Star Faces Multiple Pot Charges
MLive.com reports that former University of Michigan multi-sport athlete Kelvin Grady was arrested on Thursday, and now faces multiple drug charges. The East Grand Rapids native was arrested in Kent County and faces a felony charge of conspiracy to deliver or manufacture marijuana. Grady also faces two misdemeanor charges for maintaining a drug house and possession of marijuana.
Grady played wide receiver at Michigan for three seasons, and joined the Michigan Basketball team for two seasons. More recently, Grady has reportedly been coaching girls basketball in the Grand Rapids area.