Grimm happy with decision

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Mike Grimm came all the way to the B2G West Coast Bowl last week to compete, although there was no real need for it - he's already happily committed.

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But there was the four-star offensive tackle from Bethel Park, Pa., at the bowl practices. While most California kids showed up wearing sweatshirts, Grimm had on a cut-off t-shirt. For him, weather in the 50s is balmy this time of year.
"It's different," Grimm said. "It's nice to have some hotter weather."
The four-star lineman might have liked his short excursion in California but he's more than happy with his commitment to Pittsburgh.
Grimm committed to the Panthers in June and said he has not really considered others through his senior season.
"They were one of my first offers and as soon as all the other offers started coming in, I just really liked the way they treated me and the way they stuck with everything throughout the whole process," Grimm said.
The Bethel Park recruit said he loved coach Paul Chryst from the beginning and he was a big reason why Grimm has not looked at others.
"He's a great coach and I just love him," Grimm said. "He has a good vibe and I like the way that he coaches and the way that he conducts his team.
"I haven't talked to any other schools since I committed. I haven't done too much of anything with any other schools."
Rivals.com rates Grimm as the No. 26 offensive tackle in the 2014 class and seventh in the Pennsylvania state rankings.
Adam Gorney is a West Region football recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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