Another MVP Award For Noble

Bobby Noble has had a pretty good April. He took his 7-on-7 team through a successful run at the Badger Sports New Level Athletics 7-on-7, and will now head to Dallas for the national competition. This past week, he earned another individual honor.

Bobby Noble earned Quarterback MVP honors at the Pittsburgh Schuman's National Underclassman Combine for a second year in a row. It's the latest honor is a streak of good luck for the 6-4, 205-pound junior quarterback.

"It was a lot of competition from different parts of the country," Noble added. "They were pretty good. I don't really know where many of the schools where these kids were from, but they were pretty good. The quarterback coach helped me a lot."

Noble has been to Pitt a few times, and is expected to go back there for a prospect camp in June. Also, last weekend, Noble went to a different in-state school, checking out Temple.

"I just visited Temple, and I liked their quarterback coach (Scot Loeffler)," Noble added. "I met Loeffler and (head) coach (Steve) Addazio. They showed us around the campus, then we watched their spring game."

Could the Owls be Noble's first D-I offer?

"They said they like to get to know their players a lot more (before offering," Noble said. "So, we'll see."


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