Grant Gellatly earns All-America honors
December 17, 2013
The postseason accolades for former Issaquah football star Grant Gellatly continue to pile up after his record-breaking season at Cornell University.
Gellatly, who switched to wide receiver in college, set Cornell single-season receiving records with 91 catches for 1,224 yards and also hauled in eight touchdowns in his senior year.
Shortly after he received All-Ivy honors, Gellatly was named to a slew of national lists honoring outstanding athletes.
The senior receiver was named to the Beyond Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision All-America second team.
Gellatly, who served as a team captain this year, was also named to College Sports Madness 2013 FCS All-America third team.
Finally, Gellatly was named to the Capital One Academic All-America Division I second team. He sports a 3.53 grade point average in industrial and labor relations.
This year, he led the Ivy League and ranked second nationally in receiving yards per game (122.4) and receptions per game (9.1).
He had a school-record 10 career 100-yard receiving games and two 200-yard games in his career and was a Capital One Academic All-District first-team selection.