Orangeville recruit “hopes to be able to learn from and become the best” at Laurier (VIDEO)

Orangeville defensive end joins OUA team’s 2016 class

Braydon Noll has made his decision of where he will begin the next chapter of his gridirion and academic life.

The 6’5, 230 pound defensive end from Orangeville, Ontario committed to Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks.  Noll will join the team for the 2016 OUA season.

Overall, the Golden Hawks have the best situation possible for the defensive standout to thrive as well as succeed on and off the field.

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“The main factors that made me choose Laurier is that it’s close to home, it has a small campus, academically good school and a very good business school which I plan to eventually go into,” elaborated Noll.  “They have a very strong defensive line which I hope to be able to learn from and become the best player I can.”

“They have a great coaching staff, there’s a great school community and lots of school spirit.  Waterloo is a nice city to live in and with all the other universities and colleges near by ill have a great opportunity to meet lots of good people.”

Preivously, Noll suited up for the Trinity College School Bears of the Conference Independent Schools Athletic Association (CISAA).


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