Shockers coach Gregg Marshall told reporters after the game that Grady has little feeling in his extremities but is conscious and alert.
The senior had started to run upcourt when his head collided with Alabama’s Dazon Ingram with 3:07 remaining in the second half. Grady stayed on the court for several minutes before he was put on a stretcher and taken off.
“I was scared when he fell because to me it looked like a heart issue,” Marshall said of Grady, who is averaging 10.5 points and 6.0 rebounds this season.
Marshall said the team would visit Grady in the hospital later Friday afternoon.
Both schools tweeted their concerns after the incident, and Alabama coach Avery Johnson said after the game that “we’re really praying for him.”