Gregg played in 153 games and started 138 of those.
“Anybody that ever doubted him, the best thing that could happen was him finding out,” said Rick Bollenbach, who was Gregg's high school wrestling coach and seventh-grade football coach. “He loved proving people wrong.
“It was great to watch him be successful and continue to prove people wrong throughout his career.”
Now, Gregg plans to raise his three boys — 9-year old Wyatt, 8-year old Ryder and 4-year old Max — in Edmond.
“I can't think of a better place to raise my family than right here in Edmond,” he said.
Potter said: “If I was a football coach and was gonna have a long career in Edmond, I'd make sure he was in my district,” because of his sons.