Prospect Update: Noah Whiteside

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Shrine bowler Noah Whiteside.

Noah Whiteside

Wide Receiver - Greenville, SC (Greenville HS)


6-0, 170, 4.34


86 catches for 1793
yards and 20 touchdowns this year. The last two seasons Whiteside has 155
catches for 3186 yards and 36 touchdowns.



South Carolina




Wake Forest


SC State

Visits w/ player comments:

Clemson 1/10 - "Their offense is based on the same offense as ours so I
am used to it."

South Carolina 1/17 - "They said they are going to change their
offense around and use more receivers. I like the coaches there and I have a
lot of friends going there."

Pittsburgh 1/31 - "I like their offense.  It's similar to the

Maryland (No date yet) - "They do everything a good team has to do. 
They pass when they have to pass.  They run when they have to run it. 
I got family up there too."



"They are all pretty much the same."

Any preference between offense and defense?

"I want to play wide receiver but if I have to play defense I will do it."

What are your strengths as a wide receiver?

"I think it's my run after the catch.  When I get in the open field I
just can't be caught I guess."

Listen to the full interview with Mickey Plyler here.

What do you need to work on?

"Running better routes and looking the ball in more."

What are the factors going to be in your decision?

"How much they want me and a really good academic school."

Do you play any other sports?

"I run track and I am thinking of playing basketball."  

What events did you run in track and what were some of your times?

"100,200,4X1 and sometimes I do long jump.  22.1 in 200 and 10.8 in 100
but I hope to improve this year."

* Listen to "Plyler on Sports" weekdays 4-7PM on 1070AM in Upstate SC. *

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