Brooke Point QB Noah Sanders (Photo: Joe Barnes/recruit757)
Class of 2022 QB Noah Sanders of Brooke Point passed all tests with flying colors
by Andy Hilton, recruit757
Brooke Point quarterback Noah Sanders has a lot going for him.
He has the college ready frame. He’s long, lean and athletic. He plays quarterback for Brooke Point, and he’s a go-to guy for head coach Dwight Hazelwood.
By the time he finishes his high school career, he’ll be a four-year varsity starter.
Brooke Point was a team that made the playoffs with a 1-9 record in 2019. They lost to North Stafford in the first round of the playoffs and finished 1-10 on the season. That doesn’t diminish the college prospects of Noah Sanders. He’s putting his best foot forward.
“(I’m looking to improve) as a runner in the quarterback position. I would label myself as a pocket-passer, but I have the athletic ability and I can utilize it for the benefit of my team,” Noah said. “I’m a team first guy. (College coaches should) know that I can go in there and work from day one. I can contribute with my arm and my legs.”
Sanders measured out at just over six feet tall and a solid 208 pound with a reach of over 79 inches. He ran a Pro Shuttle at 4.44 and broad jumped just over 9 feet. That’s certainly Division I caliber.
Noah landed his first Division I offer back in February from Charlotte, and he’s engaged with quite a few other Division I programs who are still feeling him out.
“I’ve been tightening up loose screws in my game so I can be almost perfect going into the season,” Sanders explained. “Training with people (was good). Because of COVID, we don’t have camps so it’s nice to come out here and show off what you’re working on. You get to come out here and showcase what you can put on.”
More offers are coming. Sanders presents himself as a Division I ready athlete and he’s only coming into his junior season. Even if he doesn’t hit the college gridiron as a quarterback, his experience as a signal caller will serve him well anywhere on the field. Coaches love having a player on the field that’s an extension of their vision. If Sanders is seeing the field as a quarterback while playing defense, there’s most certainly a place for him at the next level.
– Andy Hilton
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