Adam Grogg is an award-winning senior defensive end at the University of Miami and has amassed many achievements and honors during his time on campus.
Adam was raised by his mother in Miami, Florida who did not believe in discriminating against Hispanics and encouraged him to join community organizations.
Early Life and Education
Adam Lenz was born June 2 in Hartford City, Indiana. As part of an adoring family and with an affinity for running, he competed in cross country and track and field throughout high school, earning three varsity letters and an indoor All-American award in the 5000 meter run event. Additionally he lettered in basketball. Adam attended Anderson University.
Adam was distressed to witness discrimination against Hispanics at both school and church. Inspired by his Catholic mother who refused to tolerate segregation in her church, Adam worked hard to overcome his prejudices and become a leader within his community – an accomplishment recognized with a Marshall Scholarship from British Council.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Grogg has earned many trophies over his career. He was recognized by the Royal Canadian Baseball League (RCBL) as its Most Valuable Player following an outstanding All-Star Game performance and even hit a walkoff homer during its Home Run Derby event!
His achievements in politics were impressive as well, including serving on the House of Representatives Office of General Counsel as part of its “Great Team,” where he played an integral part in protecting Congress from legal threats that might threaten its business or compromise its reputation. Additionally, he served as pro bono attorney with Democracy Forward Foundation fighting for more inclusive government – an active volunteer in his community as part of the Washington DC ATAK crew he proudly joined!
Adam was an energetic young man with a passionate desire to improve others’ lives. Growing up, Adam witnessed first-hand discrimination against Hispanics that caused great distress; so as a pledge to remedy the situation he pledged his efforts.
He later obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science from Williams College and is now attending Yale Law School to study law. Additionally, he was named a Marshall Scholar by the British Council and serves on his local Black History Taskforce in his hometown.
Injury Reserve’s latest album ‘Footwork in a Forest Fire’ was recorded live in Australia, giving Groggs more of an authentic sound and instinctual delivery on this record than ever. His rapping is more naturalistic and this song seems fit as the soundtrack for an end of world celebration party.