2016 All Stars – West Team
High School, Region: Flint Powers, 5
High School Coach: Bob Buckel
College: Saginaw Valley State University
Noah began playing football in sixth grade after playing soccer since the age of five. “Soccer taught me speed and agility,” Noah said of his early years, “and I always threw the football with my Dad”. Football and basketball became his focus in middle school and he became set on his high school athletic goals. Noah quarterbacked and played safety as a freshman on the JV team. He then went on to start at quarterback and safety his sophomore year on varsity. His junior year, he continued his development at these positions; starting at quarterback and safety. The season was capped by a District championship. His senior year, Noah was voted captain and lead his team to district and regional championships and the D4 State Championship game where they were runners-up. His senior season resulted in 2,957 all-purpose yards (1721 passing, 1128 rushing), 36 touchdowns on offense, 23 tackles, 3 interceptions on defense. Noah also had a 39.2 yard punting average. He looks forward to continuing his football career at Saginaw Valley State University.
Noah was also a four-year varsity basketball player and a long jumper and sprinter in track. He remained on the honor roll throughout his high school career and volunteered in many sports’ youth camps.
Noah thanked “All those who have supported me in athletics and life: my grandparents, sisters, aunts, uncles, and friends.” To his classmates, “who became my brothers; my coaches; and parents. He said, “Thank you for supporting me through both the rough days and the best days. Most importantly, I thank God for the success I have been blessed with so far, and all that is to come as I look forward to continuing my journey.”
2nd Team All Flint Metro League, 2013 (FML)
2nd Team All Saginaw Valley League, 2014
1st Team All Saginaw Valley League, 2015
Dream Team, Flint Journal, 2015
Player of the Year, Flint Journal, 2015
All State D3-D4, AP, 2015
All State Captain D4, Detroit Free Press, 2015