"It was good and I enjoyed it," said Grogan. "It allowed me to find out more about what life is like as a football player at Oklahoma State. I enjoyed seeing the apartments and where the players live, and then the facilities. The facilities are amazing."
Grogan said it was current Cowboys player Zac Veatch who showed him around, and he also said his parents and his little brother were with him on the visit. Grogan was being recruited by Doug Meacham.
"He left for another job and my recruiting coach now is Coach (Johnny) Barr, and he is doing a good job of keeping me up on everything and he's a good guy," added Grogan.
Grogan was the All-State kicker the last two seasons in Texas, at least on one set of All-State teams (AP Sports Editor's). He was 65-of-65 on PATs, and he is also outstanding on field goals with at least eight over 50 yards.
His most interesting kick may have come this last season and you can Google it. He drop kicked an extra point in a game. It is a lost art that once was used more often and it eliminates the need for a holder.
"My coach just wanted to do something different and he knew I could do it," said Grogan. "I have done it a lot in practice. We were way up in the game, so he called it. It was fun."