Bakari found himself as one of the mainstays of Hamilton's offence this season. Thanks to his resilient nature, Grant play all season and was able to help his team by catching 3 touchdown passes and a total of 605 yards of receiving offence.


Started 17 games in his third season with the Tiger-Cats…was listed on the injured list for one game…led the Ticats in receiving with 69 catches for 947 yards and two touchdowns…set career-highs in receptions and receiving yards…hauled in seven catches for 101 yards vs. Winnipeg on July 13 to record his first career 100-yard receiving game. Playoffs: Started all three of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 101st Grey Cup vs. Saskatchewan…had 11 receptions for 194 yards


Started 11 games in his second season with the Tiger-Cats…spent five games on the injured list and one game on the 4-man reserve list…had 38 catches for 476 yards and five touchdowns…recorded single-game high in receiving with 9 receptions for 92 on September 28 vs. Montreal…set career-high for touchdowns in a season with five. 


Dressed for 13 games and started 12 in his rookie season with the Ticats...spent two games on the injured list and three games on the 4-man reserve…made his Ticats debut July 16/11 vs. SSK. Playoffs:  Played in both of the Ticats playoff games...his 184 receiving yards in the playoffs ranked second in the league.


Signed with the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers on May 3…attended training camp and was released by the 49ers on August 29.


Signed as a free agent on May 30, 2011


Played four years (2006-09) at the University of California-Davis…caught 154 balls for 1,937 yards and 18 touchdowns…earned second-team All-Great West Conference honours in 2007 and 2008 and first-time All-GWC honours in 2009…won the team’s T. Palmer Moody Award as outstanding sophomore in 2007.


Son of Robert and Evangeline Grant…his older brother, Robert, played with the Ottawa Renegades…played football, basketball, volleyball and track & field at St. Elizabeth High School…majored in design at UC-Davis.