The 5-foot-11, 180 pound athlete out of Pasco (Fla.) Dade City currently has two favorites.
"I have high interest in West Virginia and South Florida. Those would have to be my top two schools right now.
"I have been talking to West Virginia a lot on Facebook and we have really been getting to know each other. I like their program and what they have been telling me. I want to get up there and visit them.
"I have been to USF and I really like what they are doing there. I like their system, I like their game-plan for me if I go there, and their coaches are good guys."
If the Mountaineers or Bulls want to land this three-star wide receiver on Scout, they will have to battle other schools for a few more months.
"I am not going to commit this summer, but I will be waiting until late in the year," Grant said. "I want to take some visits, see what other offers come in, and I think I will commit somewhere around the end of my senior season.
"I am just sitting back right now, waiting to see what happens next, and I am not in a rush."
Grant is an athlete who could play cornerback or slot receiver on the next level. Scout currently ranks him as the no. 43 corner in the country.