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From: Clayton, Ohio
High School: Northmont
Romunn will visit Kansas State December 12th and Wisconsin December 19th. He has offers from these two along with Eastern Michigan, Eastern Kentucky, Akron, and Miami(Ohio). West Virginia and Colorado may be the next two to offer.
"I spoke with Colorado a week and a half ago and we are working on setting up an official visit."
Grigsby went on about why he would like to visit CU.
"I like the Big 12 and their tradition. I hear it is in a real nice city and they have a good coaching staff that has a reputation for bringing the best out of their players."
Northmont High definitely gets the best out of Grigsby. Last year he caught 48 passes for 804 yards and 11 TDs. This year he has 60 catches for 1,095 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also has a touchdown on a punt and kickoff return. On defense he gets manned up with the opposing team's best receiver in obvious passing situations. Romunn has two interceptions.
These numbers have helped his team to a 10-1 record and they had their first playoff victory in school history last week.
On the field he feels he has a lot of speed and runs precise routes. Romunn also considers himself a smart player.
He claims K-State and Wisconsin are recruiting him the hardest currently.
Grigsby has a little bit of work to do academically but he should get through it. He admits a bad freshman year has set him back with his core GPA as right now it is a 2.2. He did score a 19 on his ACT and will keep taking it until it balances out and makes up for his core GPA. He would like to major in Computer Science.
Northmont now enters the second round of the playoffs against Cincinatti Elder.