"I'm going to prep school to improve my interest as far as bigger schools," said Grier. "I wanted to open up my recruitment to a higher level. I was told that (St. Thomas More coach) Jere Quinn would be the guy to go to because he knows all of the coaches."
Quinn is considered one of the best teachers on the prep school level. He is a terrific coach and someone who has high standards for his players on and off the court. It's likely Grier will improve his overall game under Quinn in the next year.
Coming out of Cranford High School, programs like Rutgers, St. Bonaventure, and East Carolina had extended offers. Some of those schools are still in the mix, on what is a diverse list. If Grier has a great summer, it's likely the Rutgers program will keep an eye on his year.
"I had a lot of schools that were interested out of high school, like Auburn and Rutgers," said Grier. "Now I'm getting interest from Providence, St. Bonaventure, UNLV, Rhode Island, George Mason, James Madison, and South Florida."
Grier is a guard with another gear. He's an athletic player who uses his explosiveness off the dribble to propel past defenders. Grier is a well put-together player with good strength. The aspect of his game that he's been working most on is his shooting.
"(I've been working on) Jumpshots," said Grier. "Shooting 300 jumpshots a day. I've also been lifting, jumping rope. Little things like that." Terrance does favor one conference. "If I made my pick, it'd probably be the Big East," said Grier. "I think they're going to be the toughest conference this year. I think I'd fit in pretty well in the Big East."
Grier had previously visited Seton Hall and Rutgers unofficially, but he still has all
five of his official visits to use. Terrance will run with the Playaz Club Black team this
month, making stops at the Playaz Ball at Seton Hall as well as Las Vegas.