FLOWER MOUND, Texas -- Scout.com caught up with Top 100 athlete Kiante Griffin, who is already…
Griffin looks to improve during the offseason
Lewisville (TX) Hebron wide receiver Kiante Griffin's junior season didn't go as far as he had hoped, but now the 6-foot, 200-pound, four-star receiver plans on coming back even stronger as a senior. Griffin and his teammates were disappointed when their season came to an abrupt end last Friday after a 22-21 loss to Flower Mound Marcus. Now that his junior season has ended, he plans on trying to improve his game and come back even stronger as a senior. "I really want to improve on my route running as a receiver. I think that if I can run better routes that I will put myself in better opportunities to make big plays. I also want to try and get a little faster," said Griffin. Griffin only put up 291 yards and a touchdown this season because he was sidelined for five games due to injury. Despite missing virtually half of his junior season, the four-star wide out is still being recruited by several big-time college programs. "Oregon, Texas, Texas A&M, and Oklahoma State are all recruiting me right now. I don't really have any favorites but Oklahoma State, Texas A&M, Auburn and LSU stand out a little bit right now." Griffin plans on hopefully taking unofficial visits to a couple of schools this fall but he has yet to set any official dates.
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