Kevin Lee Grady, Jr. (born June 24, 1986) is an American football running back for the University of Michigan.
Grady was born in Ada, Michigan, a suburb of Grand Rapids. During high school, Grady was a four-year varsity starter at East Grand Rapids High School. There he earned many honors and achievements, including being named All-State, and having earned the title of EA Sports junior player of the year.. He led East Grand Rapids to consecutive state Division 3 football championships. He holds the following Michigan High School Athletic Association records:
As a freshman in 2005, Grady rushed 121 times for 483 yards and five touchdowns as a backup and injury replacement for starter Mike Hart who only started eight games. He also caught 14 passes for 113 yards receiving. Grady made two starts at tailback. He was one of only six freshman to have played during the 2005 season.