Originally Posted by BigBen2Ward
This is joke. How do you expect me to believe you know Herron's career better than himself, or coach Hoak? I do think you lie alot......sorry. You watch hours of film, and scout more than some teams.lol You should know Basanez was the QB after watching that much film......You write for a college newspaper, a month ago you couldn't spell newpaper. It must be weekly paper, cause it would take at least that long for spell-checker to finish one of your write-ups. I do think you lie, I have posted multiple facts and quotes to prove my point. Go get your "film" lol. I am done now.
Wow i guess i was right u do have issues.like i said iam the bigger man will wait till i get my proof, I wont do any name calling like u have done on every post. and this was my scout report on Noah for my collegepaper" spellchecker pro " hehe. so your insults wont work and dont make any sense.all qutoes are from the same site, so u only have 1 source not multiple. and the college paper isnt a big paper its a local college paper and run by students its more for fun then anything.and i said i pasted the wrong name so grow up a lil.after what i see from your post, u have issues and u might want to seek help for them .
Noah herron: A versatile back who is the heir apparent to Jason Wright ... Like Wright was, Herron is an excellent receiver, solid blocker and strong rusher ... His skills give the NU offensive coaches a lot of flexibility when designing and calling plays ... Has some of the best hands on the team ... Has great ability to find the crease and seams of a defense ... True, proven offensive leader ... Has 1,804 career all-purpose yards and 1,143 career rushing yards ... Averaging 6.1 yards per career rush ... Scored 13 career TDs (12 rush, one receiving). 2003: NU's Thomas Airth Spirit Award recipient ... Registered four 100-yard rushing efforts this year ... Three of his four 100-yard games came in Big Ten play ... Averaged 69.5 ypg and 5.7 ypc in the eight Big Ten games--the 10th-best rushing average in Big Ten-only statistics ... His 5.7 ypc average was the second-best in league-play behind Minnesota's Marion Barber III (5.9 ypc) ... Finished 11th in Big Ten rushing overall (56.8 ypg) ... NU's second-leading scorer (36 pts.) ... With Wright and Terrell Jordan ailing, came up with a career-best 180-yard rushing effort (35 carries) against Penn State ... Rushed for a previous career best (104 yards) vs. Wisconsin ... Averaged 9.5 yards per carry against the stout Badger defense ... One of his long runs was a 20-yard scamper off a fake field-goal attempt that set up NU's final touchdown of the day ... Also had three catches for 35 yards vs. Wisconsin ... Closed the regular season with a "quiet" 163 yards (9.6 ypc) against Illinois ... His effort, along with Wright's 251 rushing yards, was the top one-two rushing performance in school history ... Had one of his season's top games at Duke: four rushes for 100 yards, which included a 69-yard TD run ... Recorded his first career TD reception against Air Force--a 20-yard scoring play ... Also scored a rushing TD vs. the Falcons ... Set a single-game best with 67 receiving yards vs. Air Force ... 27 rushing yards and 4 receiving yards at OSU ... 20 rushing yards and 29 receiving yards vs. Minnesota ... Totaled 37 all-purpose yards at Indiana ... Had 36 rushing yards, 13 receiving yards and a rushing TD at Purdue ... Led team with 58 receiving yards (four catches) against Michigan ... Also had 15 rushing yards vs. U-M ... Ran for 80 yards (6.7 ypr) and two TD's vs. Bowling Green in the Motor City Bowl. 2002: Second on team in rushing (30.4 ypg, 5.5 ypc) and rushing TDs (seven) ... Team's seventh-leading receiver with 15 receptions (12.3 ypr) ... Totaled a season- and game-high 54 receiving yards (three catches) vs. Purdue ... Added 17 rushing yards vs. the Boilermakers ... Had a season-best effort at Navy: 95 yards (16 att.) and three TDs ... Rushed for 7 yards at Air Force ... Totaled 9 yards vs. TCU ... 13 rushing yards and a 7-yard catch vs. Duke ... Four carries for 46 yards and a TD at Michigan State ... Averaged 9.7 ypc (on nine attempts) and scored two TDs at Minnesota ... Three receptions for 20 yards at Penn State ... Had 45 rushing yards and a career-long 33-yard catch vs. Indiana ... 50 rushing and receiving yards vs. Illinois. 2001: Played in season's first eight games, mostly on special teams ... Did get to carry the ball in two games: Duke (2 for 28 yards) and Indiana (1 for 11 yards) ... With three games left in the season, suffered a stress fracture to his foot during practice ... Registered five special teams tackles. 2000: Redshirted. High School: 15th-ranked running back in Midwest by PrepStar ... 56th-rated running back nationally by Rivals100.com ... Detroit Free Press Top 25 ... Associated Press all-state ... Three-time first-team all-conference ... As a senior, missed first three games with ankle injury but recovered to rush for 842 yards (8.3 yards per carry) and 19 TDs ... Also played linebacker, with 36 tackles and five blocked kicks ... For his career, ran for 5,544 yards and scored 92 TDs ... Team achieved 26-4 record during his tenure ... Averaged 20 ppg for the fourth-ranked basketball team in the state. Personal: Born Noah Scott Herron on 4/3/82 ... Son of Ron and Shawn Herron ... Communication studies major.
Pros: Excellent size, smart runner, good hands catching the ball, punishing runner.
Cons: no burst but plodding.