Rivals100 QB Noah Grubbs talks about Miami visit and what’s next

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Few young quarterback prospects have the numbers that Noah Grubbs already has to his name. Whether it’s the Friday nights or the miles of travel so far for the sophomore, it’s a busy time for the newly minted Rivals100 prospect.

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The four-star has already attended three college games on unofficial visits, with UCF and Virginia Tech before returning to South Florida to watch the Miami Hurricanes last weekend. The most recent trip, and the upset against Texas A&M, left an impression on the promising young quarterback.

“It was incredible!” Grubbs told Rivals. “I loved the atmosphere and I can absolutely see myself in Coach (Shannon) Dawson’s offense. I love how aggressive he is on the plays and if Tyler Van Dyke continues to play like that, he will be in the Heisman race and I can see that myself. in his shoes.

“Beautiful stadium and they do things the right way with the recruits…

“We got to the stadium about two hours before kickoff and all the recruits were at the club level and they had all the coaches there talking to us. Then we walked onto the field and watched the pregame, and then we sat in our seats …After the game they allowed us to go into the locker room with the team and it was lit up!”

Miami offered Grubbs in May and has received him several times since. Although it’s early, the state program has a lot to offer when it comes to the Lake Mary (Fla.) High School star.

“They love my size and my ability to throw accurately with a quick, compact release,” Grubbs said. “I’m 6’4, 205 (pounds) and have a strong arm. Coach Dawson loves my quarterback style from a physical standpoint.”

Dawson is not the only offensive coordinator keeping track of the 16-year-old, who has a long schedule of visits ahead of him during the season. Grubbs says he will take unofficial visits to Florida (this Saturday), Notre Dame (Sept. 23), UCF (Sept. 30), Florida State (Oct. 7 and Nov. 11), Miami (Nov. 18) and Michigan ( November 1st). . 25) to close the season.

On the field, Grubbs has led LMHS to a pair of victories to start the 2023 season, including a record-breaking 500-yard, eight-touchdown performance in the season opener. The sophomore has 12 touchdowns and nearly 800 yards in just two games into the season.


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