Noble Talks About Georgia Tech's Victory

West Rowan defensive back and Georgia Tech commit Domonique Noble was in Atlanta earlier in the year for Tech's opening game with South Carolina State and this past Saturday evening he was in Winston-Salem for Tech's game with Wake Forest.

West Rowan defensive back and Georgia Tech commit Domonique Noble was in Atlanta earlier in the year for Tech's opening game with South Carolina State and this past Saturday evening he was in Winston-Salem for Tech's game with Wake Forest.

Since making his commitment to Georgia Tech, Noble has not wavered from his commitment. "I'm 100% committed to Georgia Tech and there is no other school that can pull me away from coming to Atlanta to start my career as a student and football player with Georgia Tech." Noble feels he made the best choice he could have made. "I'm looking forward to playing with Vad (Lee) and Tremayne (McNair) at Georgia Tech."

Noble first met Lee last year in Tuscaloosa at a seven on seven camp. "We hit it off there and have stayed in contact with one another over the past year." Noble feels that the fact that they will be attending the same college is icing on the cake. "Tremayne and I are real cool and we have built a good relationship and are looking forward to being on defense for the Jackets."

The three of them have also been talking to other recruits in hopes that he'll join them. "I have talked to some including Romar (Morris)," said Noble. "Romar feels he is very committed to North Carolina at this point and I feel the only person that can keep Romar from going to North Carolina is Romar himself." Noble wants him to make his own decision and is not trying to pressure Romar. "I feel I need to give him his space and after I tell him how I feel about Georgia Tech, let him make up his own mind."

Noble was on the other side of the fence before he made his commitment. "I had other recruits tell me how great their choice was but you know it was how they felt about their school and I felt I needed to see how I felt and then decide." Noble took a look at Tech and knew they were the team for him and he feels Romar needs to do the same. "I'd like for him to come with me but if he stays with North Carolina then that is great for him because it's his decision."

Domonique has enjoyed both Tech games that he had a chance to see in person. "The Wake game was great because Wake had a lot of pride on the line and they played their best game of the season," said Noble. "I was proud that Georgia Tech found a way to come back and win." Noble knows that the good teams find a way to win in spite of mistakes.

Since he made his commitment to Georgia Tech, Noble has stayed in touch with his primary recruiter Todd Spencer. "I talked to Coach Spencer and he was glad I was able to see Georgia Tech play against Wake and he is looking forward to getting me on campus." Noble will also be talking to Charles Kelly his position coach over the next few months to get to know him better.

The trip to Winston-Salem to see Tech play will not be the last of the season for Noble. "I will be coming down on November 13th for the Miami game and I will be setting up an official visit sometime in December." Domonique knows that signing day can't get here soon enough.

Domonique was elated by Georgia Tech's victory Saturday night and he's definitely looking forward to getting to Atlanta to play for the Yellow Jackets. The three North Carolina recruits have formed a real good bond that began a year ago at a camp in Alabama. That should make for great chemistry among the 2011 recruiting class.


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