Grammel Forming His Favorites List

Scout caught up with the North Texas area offensive lineman for the latest scoop on his recruitment, which has heated up in recent months.

Charlie Grammel, a 6-foot-4, 308-pound offensive lineman from Frisco (Texas) Lone Star helped pave the way up front to an opening day 63-0 rout over Sherman (Texas) High.

Some considered it an upset, but it was definitely a shock in which the way Lone Star handled the traditionally powerful opponent.

"The way we look at before every game or the way we look at is we do not try to decide or say who is better than who," Grammel explained.

"We just go out there and play our very hardest and see what the result is at the end and I think we are pretty happy with the result."

"I've definitely gotten meaner," Grammel continued on about his development into his senior year. "I feel like I played a really good game."

"I definitely feel like my focus has improved and I am ready for anything this year throws out at me."

Things have really heated up for Grammel on the recruiting trail.

"I have got numerous offers, I have about 16 offers," Grammel reported. "The ones that are at the top are Colorado State, BYU, Tulsa and New Mexico."

"Really it it has been when I have been in contact with the coaches they have tried the hardest and they have actually shown me what kind of player I can be and how I can fit in at those schools."

"Really I am interested in academics a lot," Grammel continued. "They have all talked me through the process both as a student and as an athlete, so that stood out a lot."

Grammel has not yet finalized any of his official visits and is in the process of doing that now.

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