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Michigan with another OLB offer and this one is rather intriguing. 6-4/230 Noah Furbush out of Kenton School in Kenton, OH; I can't find an offer sheet anywhere on him, but his tape (in his profile) is pretty impressive.
That guy likes to hit! He also seemed to have a lot of speed tracking players down or blitzing off the edge.
He's wrecking kids on tape.
Kenton plays in a smaller-school level of high school football but this young man is flying around the field and running through ball carriers.
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any hudl highlights on him??they are the only ones i can watch at work!
Noah Furbush OLB/DE #5 6 230 lbs. Class of 2014
Dude seems like a great athlete and a great LB prospect IMO. I'd take any of the LB prospects we've offered at this point, they're all good.
"Those Who Stay...Will be Champions"
Wow. He looks exactly like what Mattison is looking for in a SLB. He's big, strong, disruptive, hard hitting, and great off the edge.
What's his competition like?
i dont think the competition is that good...but he is obviously a man amongst boys. not everyone is blessed enough to go to a big time high school
I believe Kenton is the same school the Mauk's come from. All passing, no running, onside kick every time to get the ball back.
Yup. Same school.
"Noah Furbush - Kenton - DE - Outstanding at my combine. 6'4-235. Verticaled 35' Ran 4.22/Shuttle. 7.32 L-Cone. Excellent closing speed. Bender. Physical. Will be known soon."
The kid does like to hit. How good is the conference he plays in?
Where that from
He does a good job. I like that site even though he didn't have Ferns among his top 11 players in Ohio.
And he doesn't quite get an A+ for spelling.
This post was edited by Moon 12 months ago
Agreed. His analysis is pretty good. If I recall, he said Reon Dawson was the best pure corner in Ohio last year, so he's not a Buckeye homer.
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