QB Gravel’s strength and determination will lead to success

“When I was younger, I was bigger than my classmates. Therefore my parents signed me up to play football and after one practice I realized that I really loved this sport.”

Playing the sport since he was four years old, turns out quarterback Noah Gravel out of College-Lemoyne may have been made for the gridiron.

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“When I was younger, I was bigger than my classmates. Therefore my parents signed me up to play football and after one practice I realized that I really loved this sport.”

Playing the sport since he was four years old, turns out quarterback Noah Gravel out of College-Lemoyne may have been made for the gridiron.

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When he steps on the field, his head is clear and he focuses on his plays, visualizing a successful game. As a quarterback, the team’s offensive success rides on Gravel’s shoulders, but this is something he enjoys,

“My favourite parts of my position are throwing, running with the ball, and I love making big plays.”

When Gravel isn’t playing football, he’s watching it. In the NFL, Gravel idolizes Tom Brady, because the young QB sees the future hall of famer as the best professional.

“He is able to understand the game quickly and so well. He is also able to perform great things with any average player since he is so meticulous. I think all of the things he does are executed to perfection.”

In order to get a career close to that of Tom Brady, Gravel is working hard and focusing on the necessary steps at Charles-Lemoyne.

“I like to go to the gym, it helps me clear my head. In the offseason I go to the gym almost every day. When I’m not there, I’m spending time with relatives.”

The offseason gym routine seems to have been paying off for Gravel as the Class of 2023 prospect has hit a 385lbs deadlift, a 315lbs squat, and a 225lbs bench press.

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The goal for Grave is playing football in university, studying to become a physiotherapist and hopefully make it to the NFL or CFL. But if football doesn’t work out, Grave simply says he “just wants to be happy.”

As much as his own hard work can help him improve, Grave owes a lot of his success to his parents.

“They are always there to help me, encourage me and ensure that I stay on track. My father is a real football lover, he’s always around during my practices and games. He’s always there to encourage, motivate and push me, I have a good relationship with him,” he explains.

“My coaches have helped me a lot. They give me good advice and clear instructions, I totally trust them. I know that they are there for me and that they want the best for me. They share their knowledge with me. I spend a lot of time with them and I know it’s very beneficial for me.”

Any recruits interested in Gravel should know that he is a hard worker, with a lot of determination. He is an unselfish team player who is respectful, and knows that every win is a full team effort.

Noah Gravel (#1)
Class of 2023

Position: Quarterback
Ht/Wt: 5’10, 180lbs
Teams: Charles-Lemoyne

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