"When you are at a place and you get that feeling and it feels like home then it is time to make a decision," Griffin said.
"It is very relieving to reach my decision. I know that I may have collected more offers if I would have waited but God blessed me with a great choice and when he speaks you should listen and I feel that God has led me to the right place. It is a great fit for me socially, academically, and they have a great football program."
Griffin was also impressed with how much attention that the TCU staff showed to he and his family.
"The fact that they invited my mother out for a personal visit because she was not able to make it to the junior day said it all," Griffin began. "We got to go on a personal tour, sit down with Coach Patterson and my position coach and my area recruiter. I also got to meet with the players."
Griffin has the size and ability to play corner or safety on the next level and that is exactly what the TCU coaching staff told him about his future in their program.
"They said with my height and my abilities that I could play corner or free safety in their defense."
The Baylor Bears had also offered Griffin a scholarship.