Michael Grillo from Kenwood High School is the Meeks & Meeks attorneys Montgomery County Player of the Week

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Kenwood’s new head man, Les Greer, will be happy to learn there are no shortage of tough guys dotting the Kenwood varsity football roster. Whatever problems or struggles Kenwood has before had, finding guys to hit someone has not numbered among them.

While Greer, in his opening press conference, may have noted the Knights “…need(ed) some organization and fundamentals…,” he didn’t observe they were short on tough-guys. Maybe the toughest on the whole roster, in 2019, will be Michael Grillo. He’s certainly been adequately tough in his past.

Grillo is a 6-0, 265 pounder who certainly looks the part. We have included his photograph in this article to buttress our position. Grillo plays with good leverage and fires off the football quickly, exploding into a gap like he’s been fired out of a circus cannon.

Michael Grillo is a tailor-made inside technique guy in an even front and in an odd front would make a perfect nose-guard. Offensively, Grillo may be deployed at Guard. Players like Grillo often have to play both ways in high school. For Kenwood to make the progress hit needs to put a spit-polish on Greer’s being hired, guys like Grillo will need to step it up next season for their new coach.

Congratulations to Michael Grillo of Kenwood High School for being our Meeks & Meeks, Attorneys, Montgomery County Area Player of the Week!

This is F.W. Long reporting for KPGFootball and reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!

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