"I don't have any offers yet, but I feel like I'm pretty close," Grosvenor told JCFootball.com recently. "I'm visiting Lamar University down in Texas this coming weekend and they basically told me that they will have an offer for me if I make the visit there.
"I'm also working on setting up a visit to Syracuse, that should happen here pretty soon, and I think they could be close to offering, but obviously, that hasn't happened yet."
"I think a lot of schools don't know that I can leave in May because I redshirted my first season, so I'm trying to get my information and tape out there to show schools what I can do," Grosvenor noted.
As a redshirt freshman this season, while playing multiple positions along the defensive line, Grosvenor totaled 24 tackles, half a sack, 3.5 tackles-for-loss and two blocked kicks.
"I played both (defensive) tackle and (defensive) end, but I am probably at my best at the three-technique," Grosvenor said. "I am a good pass-rusher. I use my hands well and I have an explosive first step and I think that's why I am good at rushing the quarterback."
As noted earlier, the West Orange (NJ) Native is set to graduate in May and he will have three years to play three starting this fall.