REC Griffith knows winning formula

Multiple OUA schools approach Crusaders standout 

Noah Griffith plays at a level above the competition while helping the team win championships.

Noah Griffith


6’1, 190 lbs


Assumption Crusaders (high school: HSSAA)
Burlington Stampeders (varsity: OVFL)


Official Visits:

McMaster, Guelph, Ottawa, Waterloo, Open


Playing in the football hot bed of Burlington, Ontario, Noah Griffith has a bright future ahead of him and he knows how to win.

He has played three seasons for the Burlington Stampeders of the Ontario Football Conference (OFC). He will be playing his fourth high school season in the fall for the Assumption Crusaders of the Halton Secondary School Athletic Association (HSSAA).

During Griffith’s grade nine season, he was honoured as the rookie of the year. The Crusaders also won the Halton Junior Championship that year.

Griffith impressed the senior coaches enough during his first season as Assumption. For his grade 10 season, he played senior football. His play helped the team win an OFSAA bowl game.

During the past high school season, Noah again helped the Crusaders win the Halton Senior championships.

He has been selected to the Ontario Prospect Challenge (OPC).

Noah has a strong base that has helped support him and allowed him reach the level of success he is currently enjoying.

“The most influential person in my life is my Mom because she is a single mom who raised four children on her own. She has always been there for me and has made many sacrifices so I can play football”, said Griffith.

Griffith has been approached by McMaster, Guelph, Ottawa, and Waterloo.

He is looking to attend school to take Business and is looking to pursue a career in the accounting field.

Noah will be attending football camps during the spring and summer in order to prepare for his final season at Assumption in the fall. He trains everyday and is determined to become a better player.



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