Born on September 5th, 1996 in Westchester N.Y, Noah is the youngest of three brothers. Growing up he has always had an affinity for sports, as they were a great way to blow off steam.
Noah went on to have a successful athletic career at Edgemont High School where he graduated as Senior Year Offense MVP. During that year he had also become Team Captain while rushing for a whopping 944 yards, 36 tackles and 12 touchdowns as both the Receiver and Running Back.
Noah kept his momentum going the following summer, where he received well-earned accolades including Offense-Defense camp All American, FBU Regional Camp Defensive Back MVP, while also being a Top Gun invitee to one of the most elite camps in America.
With multiple offers from the likes Georgetown and The University of New Mexico on the table, Noah decided to take a humble step to focus on family while attending Erie Community College in Buffalo, New York, to study Health and Wellness. He quickly made a name for himself with a 40-yard dash clocked at an astonishing 4.38 seconds. Noah continued to breeze past his opponents with a 10.5 yard average and 7 rushes totaling 168 yards.
Noah considers himself blessed to be offered a 2018 contract as a running back with Husaria Szczecin, a Division 1 team in the PLFA (Polish American Football League). In 2019, he’ll be putting in work with the Nürnberg Rams, who are considered one of the top five teams in Germany.
While in Buffalo you can find Noah training at STA Sports Performance with some of the best coaches in Buffalo. He also spends time volunteering at both the Hamburg Senior Citizen Center and the Buffalo Bills Field House, helping children with special needs. He also enjoys taking his rescue dog, Stella, on hikes in the park. When Noah isn’t preparing for his upcoming season, you can find him in the recording studio, as an audio engineer.
Noah’s journey is just beginning. It’s been his committed mindset that has pushed him past what he thought his limits were. Through perseverance and determination, his dreams are starting to manifest into reality.
- 2018 - Announced Starting Running back with Husaria Szczecin
- 2-time PFLA MVP
- Broke record for Most Yards in a Single Game
- Lead team to their first franchise Conference Championship
- 2016 - Team USA track and field Prospect
- 2015, 2016 - Team Captain - Erie Kats
- 2014 - Team Captains - Edgemont Panthers
- 2014- Senior Year Offensive MVP
- 2013, 2014 - FBU Regional MVP2019:
• #1 Running Back
•1,253 yards total rushing
•Broke 1 Record for most yards in a single game (257yds)
• Led “Nuremberg Rams” to the first championship
• 216 receiving yards (No Drops)
#1 Running back
1,016 Rushing yards
263 receiving (no drops)
2x MVP PLFA
(Broke Record for most yards rushed in a single)
(Led the team to the FIRST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP
"Noah Whittle has dominated the competition overseas the last 3 years. He did not compete on the college level, this would have been his senior season so youth is definitely on his side. He is now back in the states looking for an opportunity to play pro football. He has recent film and accolades to show he has some potential. Still raw in many aspects of his game that need to be addressed before he can make that next step in his football career.
All his combine numbers must improve and he has to work on his skill set especially in the passing game out the backfield. Showed a nice burst during the workout but that won't be enough to sway scouts on giving him an opportunity. If he continues to have great spirits and put in the necessary work needed to max his ability he will give himself a better chance to maximize his overall game. "