"We were kind of under-the-radar this year," Noonan said. "I think last year we were over confident. I think our strength is our front seven this year."
St. Ignatius defeated the hawks last year, Noonan and his teammates are ready for the rematch.
"They beat us last year, but we're ready for them now," he said.
The 6-foot-3, 255-pound, standout has collected offers from Indiana, Rutgers, Toledo, New Mexico State, and Towson. As of September 1, when the NCAA contact period opened up Noonan has received a number of calls.
The returning first team All-Catholic and All-City performer attended camps this summer at Virginia, and Rutgers.
"I did pretty well at Virginia, I was only there one day," he said. "I did really well at Rutgers they offered me after camp."