Honors: 2012 – Named Most Improved Strength Training Wide Receiver at the conclusion of spring drills.
2012: Started all 12 games … Finished second on the team in receptions with a career-best 45 for 531 yards and three touchdowns … Also had seven punt returns … Ranked second among receivers with 701 total snaps … Had five or more receptions four times … Hauled in five passes for 63 yards and a TD vs McNeese … Had three grabs at Memphis … Led team with six receptions at Georgia Tech … Collected seven receptions for 55 yards against ULM … Reeled in three catches for a career-best 140 yards and two touchdowns (72 and 49 yards) in win over North Texas … Had three receptions at USA … Hauled in six passes for 51 yards in win over Troy … Recorded four catches at ASU.
2011: Played in all 12 games and had four starts … Was in on 422 total snaps (244 in last four games) and earned nine winning grades from the coaches … Was fourth on the team with 31 receptions for 390 yards and a touchdown … Also had two rushing touchdowns … Had nine plays of 20 or more yards … Added two receptions against Troy … Switched to running back during the WKU week and had two carries for nine yards … Rushed 15 times for 35 yards and a touchdown at FAU to go along with two receptions … Had seven carries for 39 yards and a touchdown against UL to go with three catches for 26 yards … Hauled in seven passes for 99 yards against ULM … Collected a personal-best eight receptions for 65 yards against ASU … Reeled in four passes for a career-high 104 yards against FIU … Hauled in a 20-yard TD catch against North Texas.
Prior to Middle Tennessee: Was redshirted during the 2009 season at Duke University ... Transferred to Middle Tennessee in 2010 and sat out due to NCAA transfer rule.
High School: Three-year letterman at Shaw under Scott Newman ... Rushed 237 times for 1,534 yards and 11 touchdowns while catching 25 passes for 326 yards and two scores during senior season ... Rushed for over 100 yards in 10 games including a career-high 270 yards on 29 attempts versus Peach County in the second round of the state playoffs ... Named to the Georgia 150 by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution ... Honorable mention AAA all-state pick by the Associated Press and Georgia Sports Writers Association ... Rushed six times for 24 yards to help the South team to a 17-0 win in the Georgia Athletic Coaches Association North-South All-Star Classic ... Two-time All-Bi-City honoree ... In junior season, had 1,319 yards on the ground and 466 yards through the air while accounting for 17 total touchdowns ... Picked up 718 rushing yards and 426 receiving yards as a sophomore as Shaw went 14-1 and reached the state championship game ... Rushed for over 3,500 career yards with over 1,200 receiving yards ... Helped Shaw to a three-year ledger of 30-9 with three state playoff berths ... Also lettered in basketball and track and field, earning a region title in the triple jump.
Full Name: Kyle Keyston Griswould ... Parents: Cleo and Gordon Griswould ... Born: January 28, 1991 ... Major: Undecided.