DEFENSIVE END SPOTLIGHT – Noah Beh – Scranton Prep
40 Yard Dash: 4.85
Class of: 2014
Jersey: # 61
Years with Varsity: 2-years
Starting experience: He started two or three games into his sophomore year and by the end of the year he was as good as any defensive end in the area. Last year was the first time he started both ways.
2012 Stats: On defense Beh had 32 solo tackles, 70 total tackles and 10 sacks. He was starting guard for an offense that averaged 216.5 yards rushing per game.
2012 Highlights: Beh had season-high six sacks against Wallenpaupack.
Honors: 1st team All-Conference and All-Regional; NPF LFC Division I First team
Other Sports: Basketball
Coaches Q&A with Nick Donato:
What are his strengths on defense?
“I think his strength is his quickness. He is an excellent pass rusher. Another outstanding attribute is his pursuit. He is very good at tracking down players. He has great technique and is real physical.”
What are his strengths on the offensive line?
“His quickness and athleticism is his strongest attributes. He is strong, but he is going to get stronger each year. Last season we ran a lot behind him.”
NOTE: “Penn State recruited him as an offensive lineman. But they know if things happen and they are short on the defensive side of the ball they feel he can play there.”
Schools of Interest: Committed to Penn State
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