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South's 39th-Ranked Defensive End, Noah Curtis, Will Hit the Road for an Official Visit This Friday

A school out of the MAC has secured an official visit date with South's 39th-ranked defensive end, Noah Curtis.

A big-time visitor will be roaming Toledo's campus this upcoming weekend, with Noah Curtis, Scout's 39th-ranked defensive end out of the South, expected to journey up to the Midwest for his official visit.

A product of Delray Beach (Fla.) American Heritage, the 6-foot-5, 230-pound Curtis is a three-star prospect and recipient of nearly a dozen offers at the Power Five level.

"I like the coaches," Curtis said. "I like how Toledo shows me love, and how they lead the MAC almost every year."

Head man Jason Candle is the Toledo coach that's took initiative by becoming Curtis' go-to contact for the Rockets.

"He's been telling me how I'll be able to make an immediate impact on the field," Curtis said.

Curtis, who also has an official visit scheduled with Pittsburgh for next weekend, dishes out a flurry of suitors that are battling it out for his final official visit starting on Jan. 27.

"Florida InternationalFlorida AtlanticBowling GreenTennessee and Cincinnati," Curtis said when asked about schools under consideration.

As always, stay tuned to Scout.


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