Posted On: 11/6/19 3:01 AM

Being apart of turning around a high school football program is no easy feat. It takes perseverance, grit, and toughness, and frankly a lot of kids who say they love football are not up to the task. Turning around a football program in Minneapolis is even more difficult, as compounding on the usual issues is the underfunded nature of athletic programs in the MPS districts. Zuriel Gray Jr. (5'8, 170) is the rare prep player that will stick with a team no matter the record. Playing at Minneapolis Edison can't always be easy, as the program has scratched and crawled since its days of 1-7 when I competed in the Minneapolis City Conference six or seven years ago to becoming a squad consistently competing for a .500 record and section victories in recent years. Gray Jr. can be credited for a lot of the success, and him and his c/o 2020 worked hard to represent 

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