2013: Grant Jr. helped lead the Bayhawks to their second straight championship in 2013. He had 20 goals and 12 assists in 11 regular season games. In the post-season he netted 6 goals and 1 assist and was named the MVP of the championship.
2012: In his first season with the Bayhawks, Jr. scored 20 goals and recorded 11 assists in the regular season and scored 4 goals and 2 assists in the post-season.
2011: Grant Jr. scored 4 goals in the first 3 games of the season with Hamilton, but was then traded to the Long Island Lizards. Jr. scored 8 goals and 6 assists in his 7 games with the Lizards before being traded to Chesapeake in the off-season.
2010: Jr. played in 12 games for the Hamilton Nationals, scoring 24 goals (including 4 2-pointers) and 13 assists.
2009: Jr.'s first season with the Nationals (the team moved from Rochester). Played only 1 game due to injury and scored 5 goals.
2008: Grant led the league in scoring with 64 points (47 goals, 4 two-pointers, 13 assists) and was named the Major League Lacrosse MVP for the second year in a row. The Rattlers defeated Denver in the Championship game.
2007: Grant broke the league scoring record with 71 points (44 goals, 2 two-pointers, 25 assists) and was named both the Offesive Player of the Year and League MVP.
2006: Jr. played 11 games for Rochester, scoring 28 goals and 19 assists.
2005: After a hiatus from the MLL from 2002-2004, Grant returned to the Rattlers and scored 21 goals and 17 assists.
2001: Grant joined the Rochester Rattlers in the innagural season of Major League Lacrosse. He played 14 games and had 59 points on the season (41 goals, 3 2-pointers and15 assists.
John played college lacrosse at SUNY Morrisville for 2 years before transfering to the University of Delaware. While at Delaware, Jr. played in 31 games recording 96 goals and 81 assists totaling 177 points. His senior season currently ranks 2nd in Mens NCAA Division I Single Season Total Points, and he is ranked 11th all time in Mens NCAA Division I Career Points Per Game.
John was born on July 11, 1974 in Peterborough Ontario. His father is former Philadelphia Wings star John Grant Sr. Jr. graduated from the University of Delaware in 1999 with a degree in Physical Education. He is the head instructor at Pro Skills Lacrosse Camp, and was inducted into the University of Delaware Athletics Hall of Fame on November 4, 2005. He has a wife, Raygen, and a daughter, Gabrayel and lives in Denver, Colorado.