"I just had fun," Grymes said. "It was nice to meet all these cool guys. They were good guys and it was fun to hang out with them." The Huskies are looking at Grymes for safety. "They said it's based on my playing style and being able to hit and being a sure tackler," he added.
Former Lakes standout and current freshman receiver Jermaine Kearse was Grymes' Husky host. "We just really talked about the lifestyle on campus and the new coaches," he said.
Being the first to commit to Washington for this class, did Grymes feel a need to help the new staff recruit? "I don't know if I felt like I needed to help, but I definitely wanted the talent these guys around me when I get out there and play," he said of the group of official visitors on campus this past weekend. "So I gave each of them a couple of words about coming here to play."
And like most of the recruits Scout has spoken to, Grymes' visit highlight was his trip to Husky Stadium. "We were in the locker room and we started to get hyped. And we went out to the field and I was just imagining what it would be like in a game. There were only about 13 recruits there and it was pretty live then, so I was imagining what it would be like with the whole team there."
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