One of the top QB’s in the region for the class of 2016 is Sam Noyer (6-4 200) of Beaverton High School. Over the summer he showed up on the camp circuit, winning multiple camp MVP awards, against legit D1 competition. He was the underclassmen MVP QB at the University of Oregon Camp, while doing the same thing at the RDAF Showcase in Seattle.
The Beavers finished (5-5), losing to West Salem in the first round of the playoffs. Noyer earned all conference honors for the 2nd straight season, going for over 2000 yards and 19 Td’s through the air. Referencing the coming months he says, “This off season I will be playing basketball and baseball, but also doing some work with TB and traveling as part of the 7 on 7 all star team.”
He has heard from multiple schools, including the likes of Oregon, Oregon St, Washington, Washington, BYU, Wyoming, and others. Nationally renowned QB coach Taylor Barton says, “He has a really quick release and a strong arm, possessing very athletic feet with a good pocket presence.”
Noyer projects at the D1 level, and will be a name you hear often over the spring and summer. You would be hard pressed to find a better kid as his intangibles match his raw skill. As we have said many times before he has some of that “It” factor that you can’t teach.