DB Laing ready to get noticed


Phoenix’ standout eager for interest.

In 2014, Citadel Phoenix defensive back Noah Laing experienced a special gridiron moment.

Noah Laing

Defensive Back, Punter

5’11, 175 lbs

Citadel Phoenix (High School: NSSAFFL)
Halifax Raiders (Minor: NSMFA)


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Noah career in grade seven for the Halifax Raiders of the Nova Scotia Minor Football Association (NSMFA).

Recently, he completed his rookie season with the Citadel High Phoenix of the Nova Scotia Student Athletic Federation Football League (NSSAFFL).

Already, Noah has earned a couple awards such as Best Player to Coach and Toughest Player.

In 2014, the Phoenix defensive back experienced a special moment on the gridiron.

“My highlight of my grade 10 season was when we won the Provincial Championships,” Noah says.

Throughout his career, Noah has been surrounded by some of the best coaches in the province – Phoenix Co-Head Coaches Mike Tanner and Jeff Lawley. However, it is his parents that have had the biggest influence on Noah.

“My parents are the ones who have helped me with going to sports and have paid for me to play them threw out my life,” explains the Phoenix standout.

Noah says that it has been relatively quiet on the recruiting front but had an opportunity this past Feburary to make an impression at the Maritme Combine.

“I was able to show some of my skills in the Combine we had in February and that helped me get noticed a lot more as well,” says the Phoenix standout, who is open to any interest.

During the offseason, he will continue to train with the goal of improving as a player.

“I am going to be going to the gym a lot as well I am doing track to improve my speed and conditioning,” Noah adds.


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