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Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas Authentic Football HelmetGo Back
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Bishop Gorman High School is a Roman Catholic, private, preparatory school located in Las Vegas, Nevada. The school is administered by the Diocese of Las Vegas. The school opened in 1954. Its mascot is a Gael, or a mounted Irish Knight.
Presented is a full size Riddell team issued authentic Bishop Gorman High School football helmet. The metallic orange helmet shows some mild chipping near one of the G logos. The helmet does not show use but was prepared for game action. It features a blue face mask and dates to 2009 by the FJF decal on the verso.
The decal was for Frank Joseph Fertitta Jr. who was an American entrepreneur. He was the founder of Station Casinos, a gaming company based in Summerlin South, Nevada. The company started out as a locals casino operator on July 1, 1976, opening the Bingo Palace, which was later renamed Palace Station. He died in 2009.
Being part of the Gorman community in tribute, Fertitta Jr. was honored at a dinner as part of the Royal Order of the Gael for his commitment and dedication to the school. The family also has a field named after them as part of their contributions.
Some notable alumni who played professional football after attending Bishop Gorman include:
Xavier Grimble, tight end for NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers.
David Humm, two-time Super Bowl champion (Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders) and Nebraska quarterback.
Alizé Mack, collegiate and professional American football player.
DeMarco Murray, former NFL running back for the Dallas Cowboys.
Grey Ruegamer, former NFL center, two-time Super Bowl champion.
Ronnie Stanley, Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle.
Bishop Gorman High School Las Vegas Authentic Football Helmet