95 - Keith Grennan
|High School:||Woodway HS '02|
|Previous College:||Central Wash. Univ.|
2006: Listed as a starter at defensive tackle on preseason depth chart. He missed one of Eastern's spring scrimmages after then-teammate Chris Anderson accidentally hooked him in the back of the head when they were fishing at nearby Badger Lake. 2005: Started four games at defensive tackle, including Eastern's last three games of the year. The first start of his career came against Weber State (10/22/05), then he had a career-high seven tackles against Montana State (11/12/05) in his second start. He won EWU's big play of the week award against MSU. 2004: Lost a year of eligibility after having to sit out the 2004 season because of NCAA transfer rules. Was selected as the team's Offensive Scout Team Player of the Year and won the team's weekly award three times. CWU: Played as a tight end in the 2003 season at Central Washington University after redshirting in 2002. He finished the 2003 season with 12 catches for 157 yards (13.1 per catch) with no touchdowns. He had his best game of the season against EWU (9/18/03) when he caught five passes for 82 yards. He had catches of 15 yards and 28 yards on a Wildcat scoring drive in the second quarter that gave CWU a 15-14 lead that Eastern would eventually overcome to win 48-29. HS: Graduated from Edmonds-Woodway HS in 2002. Selected by the Seattle Times as a "White Chip" selection as one of the top 80 recruits in the state of Washington and to the newspaper's "Star Times" All-Area team as an offensive lineman. He was a first team All-WesCo 4A South League selection and was a Seattle Times All-Area performer. He helped block for running back Kyle Thew, who had a pair of 300-yard rushing games. He bench pressed 395 pounds on two occasions during his senior year and achieved a 4.9-second mark in the 40-yard dash. Personal: Born 5/20/84. Interdisciplinary studies major.