Adam Griffith

School:  Calhoun High School

Occupation:  Construction

Adam Griffith was the highest rated high school kicker in the nation upon graduation from Calhoun High School in 2012.  Griffith kicked the winning field goal in overtime to lift Calhoun High to the state championship in 2011; it's first in over 50 years.  He also set the school record with a 55-yard field goal as a junior. He was selected as a Sports Illustrated First-Team High School All-American as a senior.  Griffith was also an accomplished tennis player, where he was a three time region champion.

Griffith earned a scholarship to play football for the Alabama Crimson Tide, where he was part of Two National Championship teams and four SEC Championships.  The team won an incredible 51 games in four years, which is the most in a four-year stretch by any college football team in history. Adam executed a perfect on-side kick in the national championship game that helped Nick Saban-coached Alabama defeat Clemson for its 16th National Championship.

Graduating with a bachelor’s degree in just three years, Adam Griffith made the SEC Honor Roll all three years and was the Lou Groza Star of the Week two times.  He was named special team’s player of the year and player of the week numerous times during his career. As a junior, Griffith hit a 55-yard field goal to tie the school record and is the second all-time leading scorer in Alabama’s storied history with 357 points.

Griffith is the adopted son of Tom and Michelle Griffith.  He moved to Georgia from his native country, Poland, at the age of 13.  Adam currently lives and works in South Carolina.