LHS Alum Noah Gray of Kansas Chiefs to Hold Football Camp

Mallory Dupuis, Reporter

Current Kansas City Chiefs tight end and former Leominster High School graduate, Noah Gray, recently announced on Instagram the second annual Noah Gray Central Massachusetts Football Clinic, which is set to take place Saturday, June 18th at Doyle Field in Leominster. 

Gray expressed how special it is to give back to the football community in Leominster, not only because he grew up here, but also because it is such a prideful area in terms of football.

“Being able to get back and give back to the community is something that a lot of guys who leave that high school want to do, it’s something near and dear to our hearts. There’s a lot of great kids and a lot of great opportunities for those kids to continue to grow and develop,” said Gray.

The clinic is open to grades 8-12 and will cost $70 per person. The players should expect a lot of competing, as well as fundamentals, working on technique for every position, and of course, having fun.

“We are going to do the Q & A at the end for the kids really to just ask questions. I think you’re going to get a lot of knowledge, a lot of skills, and drills,” said Gray.

Gray plans on bringing along some guests to help out, including some local area high school coaches and players who went on to play football beyond the high school level.

All proceeds from the clinic will be given back to area programs. Registration information is coming soon. Watch for updates on his Instagram @noahgray87