|Hometown:||Santa Ana, CA|
|High School:||Santa Ana HS|
Frank Granados is one of the most unique walk-ons in the history of Cal State Fullerton men's basketball... he's a 2006 graduate of Santa Ana High School who has been practicing against the Titans' women's team the past three seasons... heady point guard who will provide depth in the back court... exudes leadership skills.
SANTA ANA HIGH SCHOOL: Granados averaged 18.9 points, 5 steals and 4 assists per game for the Saints and Coach Arnett Mosley in 2004-05... one of the top 25 3-point field goal shooters in Orange County all three seasons... three-time team's most valuable player... first-team All-Golden West League as a senior after two second-team berths... made three all-tournament teams as a senior... was a City of Santa Ana athlete of the month... earned high praise from Coach Mosley, who called him "the most dedicated young man I have ever had the pleasure of working with" and a "perfectionist."
PERSONAL: Born on Sept. 5, 1988, in Santa Ana... parents are Francisco and Victoria Granados... middle of three sons... kinesiology major whose goal is to become a structure firefighter and eventually captain... has run on fire calls in Watts... works at the Newport Beach Country Club... enjoys weight lifting and riding motorcycles... most memorable sports thrill was hitting a game-winning 3-point basket with 15 seconds to play to beat city rival Saddleback... played travel ball with the Anaheim Aces coached by Prince Cassell... has coached NJB teams... one of six in Orange County in 2008 to receive the Young American Award from the Orange County Council of Explorer Scouts... his Post 1606 was sponsored by the Orange County Fire Authority... credits Dana Katz for most influence on his basketball career: "She taught me with hard work and drive, many doors can open for you."