He wants to play right away, and according to what the
"That's what they told me a long time ago," he said. "They've kept telling me that too. Coach (Greg) Peterson told me on his (in-home) visit when I committed that they plan for me to be in the mix right away."
At 6-foot-4 185 pounds, Grigsby posted monster numbers as a senior, pulling down 67 receptions for 1,244 yards and 13 touchdowns for Northmont High. But despite being ranked with just two stars, Grigsby is confident in what he can do at K-State.
"I'm not worried about it at all," said Grigsby, who is one of two prep receivers to sign with the Wildcats. "I know I have to learn the system and put my time in there to make it. But I know if I do my part, things on the field will take care of themselves. I just want to give it my best shot and help K-State win a national title, be a team player, and help any way I can."
But while receiving offers from several schools, Grigsby said the decision to choose K-State came relatively easy to him.
"Everything went really well," he said. "I went into the season knowing I had things in my personal life to take care before I could think about next year. I had to do well in the classroom, so that was the most frustrating part of the whole thing, balancing everything. At first I thought the whole recruiting deal would be hard, but K-State just sounded so great they made it easy on me."
Since signing his letter of intent a little over two weeks ago, Grigsby started his off-season workout program, both for speed and weight gain.
"I do want to be a step faster than I was this year," he said. "I haven't been timed in the 40 since last summer, and I know I've gotten faster. But I still want to be faster still. I think with the program I'm doing, I'll be fine."
Grigsby plans to arrive at K-State following the Ohio All-Star game June 19.