Fox 40 Prospect Challenge (West Coast): RB/DB Gross is a quiet leader on the field

Leadership is a big part of Noah Gross’ game and feels confident he can bring that conviction into his high school football career and the CFCFPC.

Noah is a 5’5, 115 lb running back and defensive back for the KMFA’s Kelowna Mission Lions and will be transitioning into high school for the Kelowna SS Owls next season.

Gross has been playing for the Mission Lions since atom and has been a leader every year. In such a young football career, Noah has been very successful.

Describing his football resume so far as, “In my 6 years of playing football, I have played on 3 provincial championship winning teams. I have been a captain on the team for 5 of the 6 years due to my quiet leadership on the field. My community football career ended this year being named MVP in the 2016 9 man provincials for B.C.”

Football is a year round sport for Noah, in the winter and spring he trades in the shoulder pads for pinnies, playing flag football competitively.

Some goals for Gross going into the CFCFPC are; “to play my best, increase my skills, learn and make new football friends.” Noah elaborated.

He also mentioned about his love for the game, “I love the competition and team aspect of football. I also like the contact and fast pace of the game.”

One player Noah looks up to and wants to emulate is David Johnson of the Arizona Cardinals who just had a breakout year.

Gross admires Johnson’s “work ethic and how hard he plays, his style on and off the field.”

Noah Gross
Positions: Running Back/Defensive Back
Team: Kelowna Mission Lions
Height/Weight: 5’5 115lbs
Class: 2021

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