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Justin Noye - East High School (Rochester, NY)

Height: 6'2       Weight: 185


Position: QB      Year: Class of 2014


High School: East High (Rochester, NY)


GPA: 3.07       SAT:            ACT:


Counselor: Mary Gilbert ([email protected])


Career Interests: Chemical Engineering


40-Time: 4.4


Bio:

College Interests

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RON WHITCOMB
 
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 Florida Atlantic
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 Temple University
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Highlights

High School Senior Season Highlights 

Rochester East athlete Justin Noye takes time to talk to Scarlet Nation during Rivals/Under Armour Camp in Piscataway.

High School Junior Season Highlights

More Information

Justin Noye Picks Old Dominion University

Kala Gause

December 15, 2013

East High School Ath - Justin Noye is headed to Virginia Beach!  The senior has decided to take his talents to Old Dominion University.


After a coaching change at the University of Connecticut, Noye pretty much focused on his senior season, and resumed the recruiting process after.  "I just wanted to play my senior season out and then worry about decisions after the season, I didn't want recruiting to be a distraction," explains Noye.   


During his career at East High school the speedster has received offers to play at, MassachusettsConnecticut, Rutgers, Albany, Buffalo, Florida Atlantic, Old DominionTemple, and Wagner College.

Late Sunday evening on Facebook, Noye made following announcement:


"Sorry to the Uconn Fans and staff.  I would like to announce that I have made a Verbal Commitment to Old Dominion University."


Noye is enrolled to begin classes at ODU January 13, 2014.  Noye graduates high school in January 2014, and at such a crucial time, Uconn failed to hire a replacement coach which ultimately led to the recruiting options being left open again.  "ODU remained interested in me the whole time, and their coaching staff never pressured me through the process at all."  "Coach Ron Whitcomb is from my hometown, and has shown a strong commitment to recruit the Rochester area," explains Noye.  "Other Section V greats like Blair Roberts (Bishop Kearney) and Cullen Casey (McQuaid Jesuit) are part of the Rochester family, and I'm excited to join them at ODU!"  

 

RN Top 10: New Level Youngstown

Jared Shanker & Brad Bournival | ESPN.com

March 17, 2013

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.

CLICK HERE to look at the top 10 performers in the 2014 class from the 7-on-7 Midwest regional.

 

Justin Noye Receives BCS Offer From

Rutgers University

Kala Gause

February 14, 2013

Section V QB - Justin Noye receives first BCS scholarship offer from Rutgers University of the Big 10 Football Conference.


Noye goes 6'2", 190 pounds and his game is all about speed.  The Duel-Threat QB for the East High Orientals was offered as an athlete, and is a proven play-maker on both sides of the ball.  On defense Noye utilizes his QB skills as a very effective  FS as he has the ability to bait opposing QB's into throwing a pass to a receiver headed into his zone, and then uses his speed to close on the ball and make a play.

Noye already has an offer from UAlbany, and is receiving strong interest from Syracuse, Old Dominion, Connecticut, Wagner, Towson, and Buffalo, but Rutgers is the first of the BCS schools to pull the trigger on a verbal scholarship offer.  "I just found out I was the FIRST EVER Rochester City School District student that received a Offer from Rutgers University."  "It is an honor to be the first because there are so many great athletes that played football in the RCSD," explains Noye.  Rutgers LB Quentin Gause (Bishop Kearney) and new signee RB Devan Carter (Brighton) are both from Rochester, but are not from the Rochester City School District.  "It makes me wanna strive harder to get better on the field and in the classroom," explains Noye.

The East High star carries a 3.07 GPA and plans on pursuing a career in Chemical Engineering.  "The books come first, my athletic ability will always be there, but I will do everything I can to be on top of my grades," says Noye.  

The speedy athlete says he's not sure of all of his visiting plans for the spring, but that he does want to attend the Rutgers spring game and summer camp.  "I'm also on the Western NY 7-on-7  travel team that participates in the New Level Athletics regional 7-on-7 tournaments in various parts of the country," explains Noye.  "My team is loaded with other talented athletes that are all working hard to get opportunities like this."  "Rochester, NY football recruiting is getting better and better each year, and I'm glad to be a part of that."

 

East High School's Justin Noye

Receives First Scholarship Offer

Kala Gause

December 4, 2012


East High School junior QB - Justin Noye is beginning to make a lot of noise in the recruiting world as of late.  

After a  season which produced over 700 yards each, both passing and rushing, Noye has been officially labled as a Dual-Threat QB.  "Justin is a very good athlete, an extremely fast kid, that sort of reminds me of Rush Henrietta QB Chauncey Scissum,"  says East High Assistant Coach Sean Banks."  "He is just a play-maker that has shown the ability to get better and smarter every game, I'm very excited about his future," explains Coach Banks.

Over the last few weeks Noye's interests began to pick up rapidly, "I just received my first scholarship offer from the University of Albany last week, and I'm getting interest from Buffalo , Old Dominion, Connecticut, Wagner, and Towson," says Noye.  "Hopefully, I can get a few un-official visits in during track season."  "I really want to visit Albany because they gave me my first and only offer, and they will be in a bigger conference by the time I graduate high school."  "Other than that I don't really have a travel list right now, I'm still learning this process, and this is only my junior year,  explains Noye. "

Other than recruiting, the speedy 6'2, 190lb Dual-Threat QB is focusing on track and more importantly his books.  "I'm working harder than ever in the classroom right now, I want to not only take advantage of my abilities on the field, but I can also pursue my dream of becoming a Chemical Engineer," says Noye.

"Justin is a true multi-sport athlete that also excels in basketball, baseball, and track."  "I think he can play any sport well, but football is becoming his thing, if you watch his highlight film, the first thing you notice is his speed," says Coach Banks.  Noye ran a 4.4 in the forty at the start of his junior year, but played even faster during games, one can only imagine what his senior season will be like.