Brad Grayson has yet to make his first team debut.
A second-year scholar, striker Bradley Grayson made his senior debut for Doncaster Rovers in August 2010. This came when he replaced the injured James Hayter in the Carling Cup tie with Accrington Stanley. Bradley created a positive impression with some strong running and he was named in matchday squads on three further occasions. He also topped the scoring charts for the youth team with 10 goals and had a spell on loan with Frickley Athletic. Despite this, Bradley was not offered professional terms by Rovers and he joined Frickley for 2011-12.
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