The off-season is in full swing for high school football players. For some, that means for the best of the best looking to play at the collegeand c/o 2023 Quarterback Noah Brannock has wasted no time attacking the camp circuit with back to back MVP performances. He showed up to impress at the 1
Before attending those camps early this year, the highly-talented Brannock was coming off of an impressive Junior season. The 6-foot, 203-pound QB led the Calvert Hall Cardinals of Towson, Maryland to an impressive 9-3 record and 1st MIAA A Conference Championship in over 10 years. Noah accounted for 27 total touchdowns and 1,857 passing yards earning him 1st Team All-Conference Honors as well as a 1st Team All-Metro Selection.
Brannock entered this offseason on a mission with dominant performances at back to back camp appearances. But as Noah will admit, the work he puts into his mechanics and preparation when nobody is watching has made the difference.
"I feel very confident in my ability, I put the work in training six days a week perfecting my craft, so when the opportunity presents itself I'm always ready."
Scouts and coaches raved about Brannock's performance describing him as being "poised, smooth, with a quick release and cannon for an arm". He is training and developing quickly with D.C. area coach Aaron Campbell at Respect & Honor Academy.
Brannock currently has interest from multiple Division-I Schools including University of Maryland, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Temple, and Columbia. His 4.0 GPA and the moniker of "#1 Quarterback in Maryland" in his Twitter bio make him a lock for a starting job at about every school who joins that growing list.
Although he has not received a scholarship offer yet, with consistent performances like the one's he's giving scouts lately, he's sure to earn one soon.
When asked about his recruitment process Brannock responded,
"Right now I'm focusing on the things I can control, my work ethic, camp performances, and grades, I know opportunities will come to play at the next level, in the meantime there's still more work to do"
Whichever school lands Brannock will without a doubt be getting a leader, competitor, and one of the most talented players in the region.