John was again traded, this time to the Bayhawks in February of 2012.
(Long Island Lizards)
Jr. was traded to Long Island in the middle of the 2011 season. He played in 7 games for the Lizards and recorded 8 goals and 6 assists for 14 points, and added 6 ground balls.
John again stayed with the franchise when they moved to Hamilton Ontario. He played in 3 games with Hamilton, recording 4 goals and 4 assists for 8 points, and adding 3 ground balls.
John stayed with the Rattlers franchise when they moved to Toronto and became the Nationals. He played in 12 games in Toronto, recording 24 goals, 4 two-pointers, and 13 assists, totaling 41 points and adding 15 ground balls.
John began his pro career in the league's innaugural season in 2001 and was an immediate standout. He is the league's only 3 time winner of the Warrior Offensive Player of the Year Award, and only 2 time winner of the MLL Bud Light MVP. He has also won back to back MLL Championships. Jr. finished his time in Rochester with 178 goals, 14 two-pointers, and 89 assists totatling 284 points in 61 games.
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.