Despite coming off a hamstring injury, Noye was able to run and move like his old self.
"They had me back peddling," Noye said. "Change of direction drills, things like that. Normal drills. I was the only defensive back there. I worked with the d-backs coach (Fred Reed).
"I ran a 4.46 40. My hamstring is still kind of sore, but I'm happy with my time."
The three star athlete worked with Fred Reed with other coaches keeping an eye on his progress. They gave Noye some pointers on how he can hone his skills as a defensive back.
"He said my back peddle was nice and all that stuff," Noye explained. "I have to work on my hips more. I just started playing d-back, so the more and more I play, my hips are going to get better and everything else will get better.
"All the coaches are good people at heart. They had good things to say about me knowing I'm just starting at d-back. They're just giving me tips and stuff on how to get better."
Noye did not leave Syracuse with an offer. However, they are going to continue to keep him on their radar. Ultimately, it will come down to whether the 6-foot-3 prospect feels comfortable enough at another school to pull the trigger before an Orange offer comes.
"I talked to all the coaches and everything," Noye recalled. "They said I need to get my back peddle better and my hips and then they'll come back and see me, hopefully.
"They said in the fall. It just matters how I feel. I'm going to go visit some more schools and I'll see. I really don't have any favorites yet. I'm just waiting right now."