"The rush is coming so even if something is going to come open you may not have time for it," said Grier, who threw for 3,864 yards and 37 touchdowns last season at West Virginia. "You have to get through (the progressions) and take what is underneath and what is there. That is one of those gray area things where you may be able to make a play if you hold on to it but maybe the right answer is to get the ball out of your hands and let the guy catch it and run."
"I think that is important," Grier said. "Just fitting into the system and doing whatever it takes to help the Panthers win."