Grady, who played linebacker through most of his high school career until move down to defensive tackle as a senior, has unbelievable strength and according to Coffee County head coach Bonwell Royal has a bright future on the gridiron ahead of him.
"He has unbelievable strength," said Royal. "He's around 270-pounds now but he'll probably play around 290-pounds. I think his best football playing days are all out in front of him. He's a heck of a player and I think he's going to make it."
"When he gets coached up in college, he'll have a real good future in front of him," Royal said.
Auburn and Flordia were heavily interested but when an offer wasn't forthcoming after a visit to Gainesville, Grady decided to end his recruitment and felt Louisville was the best place for him.
"He's a good student and a great young man," Royal said of Grady. "I've never once had a teacher grumble about him or write him up for anything in his time here."
Grady made 79 tackles, including 54 solo and made 5 tackles for loss and 2 sacks as a senior.