Noye Adds Offers, Interest

Justin Noye is an intriguing prospect with speed and athleticism. More and more schools continue to recognize those skills as offers have started to pile up. Noye discusses the latest inside.

Rochester (NY) East High athlete Justin Noye continues to receive interest and offers. Recently, the speedy athlete added offers from regional schools, bringing his offer total to five.

"UMass offered me most recently," Noye explained. "UConn, Rutgers, University of Buffalo are my newest offers. I was excited (when Buffalo and Connecticut offered). Those are two schools that are close to home. I can come home anytime I want because they aren't that far away."

Although Noye is a versatile athlete that could play several positions, receiver seems to be the position schools see him playing at the next level.

"UMass told me they want me as a slot receiver," Noye recalled. "They were just telling me how they've seen my highlight tape and how good it was. How fast and explosive I was."

Massachusetts isn't the only school that views Noye as a receiver. The Huskies also like him in that spot. He believes he could make the transition from quarterback (where he plays in high school) without a problem.

"UConn is recruiting me as a receiver," the 6-foot-1 athlete said. "Buffalo is recruiting me as an athlete. When I was younger, I played running back, receiver, quarterback. I played everything. Me switching over to receiver would be easy. I'm the one that throws the ball so I know the routes and how they're supposed to be. I know how many yards they're supposed to be and how quarterbacks like the routes to be run. I think I'd be a good slot receiver."

With his recruitment in the early stages, no one is standing out right now as the East High product takes it all in.

"I don't really have any favorites," Noye admitted. "It's early in the year so I haven't really been stressing over it. It's still early."

Stanford has starting recruiting the talented athlete as well, though they have not offered. Noye added that despite the lack of contact, Syracuse remains a school in which he has interest. He hopes the new staff will reach out in the near future.

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