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Byline: ALAN DELL CORRESPONDENT
TAMPA -- After pouring in a school career record 2,446 points at Riverview High, Shantia Grace had the reputation of being able to score from anywhere on the floor.
But University of South Florida head women's basketball coach Jose Fernandez, who followed Grace since her freshman year at Riverview, saw more than just a scorer. He believed the 5-foot-5 guard had attributes you couldn't teach, such as excellent court vision and the ability to read defenses on the run.
Those talents turned out to be the saving grace when injuries knocked out starting point guard Tristen Webb prior to this season.
Fernandez plugged true …