Terry Grossetti’s high school football season recently ended and now the 6-4, 190 WR from New Castle, PA has turned his focus to basketball.
“Once I get into the groove of basketball, I'll probably take five visits.”
Toledo, Bowling Green, Buffalo and NC State all are possibilities. Kansas
might not be.
“They've haven't called me much lately. They called the school in September,
but I haven't heard much since.”
Grossetti visited Akron last weekend, and came back with mixed reviews.
“It was alright. I'd like to go a little bigger in D-1, but I'm not sure. I
liked the school and everything.”
Grossetti plans to attend the Nov. 28th game between Toledo and Bowling Green
as fan and then hopes to come back to both schools on an official visit soon
As for the Jayhawks, Grossetti remains interested but won’t be holding
his breath.”If KU called me again I'd definitely be interested. We’ll
see what happens.”
Grossetti caught 45 passes for 790 yards and 11 touchdowns this season. He
also made 40 tackles and had six INT’s as a safety on defense.
Recruiting Update: Terry Grossetti
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