K-State offensive coodinator Greg Peterson was in Grigsby's living room last Sunday, not even 24 hours after the Wildcats claimed the Big 12 Championship.
offensive coordinator Greg Peterson wants Romunn Grigsby to make him a better
football coach. And as of late, it appears whichever school or coach wins the
battle for the Ohio wide-out
would truly be a better football team.
It didn't take long for Peterson to contact Grigsby
following the Wildcats' victorious tilt against Oklahoma
last weekend. In fact, it didn't even take 24 hours before Peterson was in the
6-foot-4 185 pound receiver's living room selling the benefits of K-State, the
Big 12 Champions.
"Coach Peterson said he wants me to play right away if I go
to Kansas State,"
Grigsby said. "I don't really care when I play. I just want to do whatever I
can to help any school I go to.
"He told me he wants to make me a better receiver and him a
The Wildcats will get their chance to wine-and-dine Grigsby
this weekend when he's in Manhattan
for his official visit. He's just one of many hot recruits visiting K-State
"I just want to get a feel of the coaching staff, the
players, and see the campus," he said. "I have to make sure it would be a place
where I can fit into well. I've created a real bond with Peterson so I'm real
excited to meet the other coaches."
Grigsby, who visited Pittsburgh
last week and still has a visit to Wisconsin
next week, finished his season with 67 receptions for 1,244 yards and 13
touchdowns. Running crisp routes and making yards after the catch is what
Grigsby said he does best.
"I can run routes better than anything, but I don't just run
the route," he said. "I run the routes fast and get yards after the catch. I
have the size and the speed."
Don't expect a decision from Grigsby until at least after
his visit with the Badgers. Sometime following his semester break Grigsby said
he'll announce his intentions.