Andrew Bone provides a closer look at the Top 60 players in the state of Alabama prior to the 2011…
Austin Grammer talks decision
"I just committed to coach Kevin Sumlin and the University of Houston," said Austin Grammer. "It was a big decision for me. I visited Houston last week with my dad. I asked my dad if I could pull the trigger, and he gave me permission.
"I spent time with the coaches last week. I watched film. I realized it was the perfect fit for me. I loved the facilities and the city. I felt like it was perfect."
Grammer talked more about his visit to Houston.
"Coach Kingsbury and I watched film together," he said. "I remember asking him a play call, and it was the same play we run. I am familiar with the offense. The whole staff showed as much interest in me as I had in them."
Grammer completed 146-of-198 for 2,553 yards in 2010 with 32 touchdowns and only one interception. He added 102 rushes for 574 yards with eight touchdowns.
"It's really reliving," Grammer said. "I can focus on upcoming season and summer work outs. My main focus is winning a state championship."
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