NCF On The Trail: Justin Noye

Justin Noye commits to UConn

June, 28, 2013
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Class of 2014 athlete Justin Noye (East Rochester, N.Y./East Rochester) has committed to sign with Connecticut, according to multiple reports.

Albany, Florida Atlantic, Massachusetts, Old Dominion, Rutgers and Temple also extended scholarship offers to the 6-foot-1, 191-pound prospect. Pittsburgh and Syracuse showed interest.

Noye is commitment No. 3 for the Huskies. All three players announced this month.

RN Top 10: New Level Youngstown 

March, 17, 2013
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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Next Level 7-on-7 tournament made its way through the Midwest on Saturday, and while there was a noticeable absence of Ohio players because of rules that prohibit Ohioans to play in 7-on-7 competitions before June 1, the event still had close to two dozen teams and several big-time prospects.

With big names coming from several states, several players put themselves on the radar following big days Saturday, but it was the stars, as expected, who stole the spotlight again.

Here is a look at the top 10 performers in the 2014 class from the 7-on-7 Midwest regional:

Note: The RN Top 10 is a RecruitingNation feature that will appear throughout the camp and combine season and rank prospects based strictly on their on-field performance at that particular event. It does not reflect what their overall prospect ranking will be when the 2014 rankings come out this spring.

It was just a few days ago when BCS schools were still sleeping on 2014 athlete Justin Noye (Rochester, N.Y./East). And when his first BCS offer came last week, it was Noye who was the one sleeping.

Rutgers extended an offer to Noye a few days ago, joining Albany as the two schools to extend an early scholarship to the 6-foot-1, 191-pound quarterback/free safety. The Scarlet Knights are the first FBS and BCS program to offer.

“They called my high school coach and I was asleep at the time and my coach called to ask if I heard the good news, and I said ‘No,’ ” Noye said. “He said Rutgers offered and I was shocked. I didn’t know what to say.”

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