ScoutTV: Taft lineman shines

CARSON, Calif. - Craig Noble is a 6-foot-3, 270-pound lineman from Taft High School in Woodland Hills, Calif., and Noble celebrated a recent verbal commitment to play for the University of Washington with an outstanding performance at the combine at the Home Depot Center.

We caught up with Noble right before his day began, and also watched him tear it up in the lineman one-on-one competition. Arguably the highlight of the camp was Noble's performance against's top offensive tackle out west, Servite's Matt Kalil. Kalil is the younger brother of former USC center Ryan Kalil, who was just drafted in the second round by Carolina in this year's NFL draft.

Click on the links below for our interview with Noble, as well as highlights of his performance, including his battle royale with Kalil – which went three rounds.

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