He came in for the second round of prospect camps, and gave an update on his performance.
We did our testing, the 40, the broad jump, then we started drills, starting with some footwork," Grimm said. "Then, we started the one-on-ones."
Without question, the one-on-one matchups were his favorite part of the camp--a chance to show the coaches what he could do.
"I got some good feedback from the coaches," Grimm said. "No one caught the ball on me, I had an interception and a couple knock downs. A coach from Rochester came up to me, and asked if I had any offers. He said I was one of the best linebackers there, so that was good to hear."
Though he didn't come away with a Pitt offer, he said the Pitt coaches would like to stay in touch with him.
"One of the Pitt coaches e-mailed me, and they said they're going to keep in touch with me every week, Grimm said. "They said they're going to be watching for me this season, and to see if I'll gain a little more weight."
Grimm's Good Counsel team will kick off its 2013 schedule against Gilman School (MD) at Towson University. The game may be nationally-televised.