Orangeville native joins “best defensive line in the league”

NollLaurier football is excited to announce the commitment of Braydon Noll, a 6’5 230 lb defensive end from Trinity College in Port Hope, Ontario. At Trinity, Noll played for former CFL Head Coach Adam Rita.

Laurier Recruiting Coordinator Dwayne Cameron described Noll as “possessing good pursuit speed” and that he “plays with a high motor”.

“Perhaps the most intriguing aspect to his game is his potential,” said Cameron, adding, “He moves exceptionally well at 6’5″ with a frame that, in the years to come, could easily carry 265-275 lbs.”

A native of Orangeville, Ontario, Noll ultimately selected Laurier over Ottawa and Western.

Noll noted that he truly felt at home at Laurier and connected with the coaching staff.

“I chose Laurier because the coaches really care about their players, it’s close to home and they have arguably the best defensive line in the league, and I’d like to keep that going for years to come,” Noll said.

“I am excited to come to Laurier to be a part of the football program and, of course, because it’s a great school with a great atmosphere on campus.”

Noll will study Chemistry or Philosophy at Laurier.




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