Key Getting Late Looks

With his team in the Ohio Division IV State Championship game, Noah Key is looking to continue to open some eyes. We caught the running back / defensive back in action on Friday morning.

Noah Key may only have an offer from one or two schools. However, with his late season performance during his teams run towards a championship, Key is showing the skills needed to find more suitors in the coming weeks.

Is this a surprise? Not really, Key is the son of David Key who helped Bishop Hartley to the Division IV state championship game in 1985, then took his talents to Michigan where he was a three year starter before spending two seasons in the NFL.

Now, Noah is the center of attention at Bishop Hartley and like his father has the Columbus (Ohio) program in the state title game.

With several Mid American programs now showing interest, a few bigger programs are also looking at Key as a defensive back.

Key had a big first half at running back rushing for 74 yards on 8 carries and 1 touchdown. However, while the numbers look good, it was a 60 yard touchdown run that showed his athletic ability.

Key stands about 5-foot-11 and shows above average speed. His college future looks more like a defensive back.

Key finished the game with 138 yards and 2 touchdowns as Columbus Bishop Hartley defeated Chagrin Falls 34-13 to win the Division IV Championship.

Following the game Key talked about his future.

"I have an offer from Illinois State, and is hearing from several other programs from around the Midwest about scholarship chances.

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