"I've been listening to everyone and watching tapes of Jason Kidd play," Grier said. "I need to work on my handle and my decision making, because I know that won't be able to score at the next level like I did at Cranford."
Grier will enroll as a postgrad at St. Thomas More, because he has already fully qualified academically and graduated from Cranford.
"I am hoping that Coach Quinn will get me where I need to be," he said. "Whatever it takes."
At Eastern last week, Grier was selected to play in the Top 20 All-Star game. He scored five points but his White team dropped a 97-95 decision to the Blue team.
Grier said he's picked up scholarship offers from George Mason, St. Bonaventure and Rhode Island thus far. A slew of others, including St. John's, Auburn, Duquesne, Rutgers, Seton Hall, South Florida, UNLV, Texas El Paso and Providence have shown interest.
"I think the summer went well and that I played well here at Eastern," Grier said. "I showed I was just more than a scoring guard."