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Highly Touted 2026 QB Noah Grubbs Previews Miami Visit



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While much could change in the landscape of high school football, class of 2026 quarterback Noah Grubbs has already positioned himself as one of the top signal-callers in his recruiting class.

The 6-foot-4, 215-pound rising sophomore took over as the starter on his varsity team during the third game of the season and impressed as the year continued. He finished with 1,598 passing yards and 17 touchdowns and helped lead Lake Mary (Fla.) High School to a deep run in the playoffs.

“I am a true competitor that carries myself with a chip on my shoulder. I hate losing so I do everything I can to make sure I put myself in the best position possible to be ready under any circumstance,” Grubbs told LifeWallet Sports. “I even train mornings after games with my QB trainer, Baylin Trujillo, to make sure I’m staying on top of my craft as well as spending time with my coaches at Lake Mary during the week to make sure that I perform at my best every week.”

This hard work has earned Grubbs offers from high-major schools like Virginia Tech, Texas A&M, Miami and West Virginia. Grubbs will be making the trip down to Coral Gables for an unofficial visit to Miami on June 25.

“I am looking forward to my unofficial visit on Sunday, June 25th, and I’m looking for that family atmosphere and how the coaches interact with me,” Grubbs said. “I want to feel at home and understand what it’s like to represent The U. I know a big factor in my college decision will also be the relationship the coaches have with my family as well as my QB trainer. That all plays a part in everything, but the main thing is feeling right at home.”

Grubbs has been all over the country at college camps and unofficial visits, and he has some additional visits lined up this summer.

“My first ever true college visit experience was last December with my dad and Coach Baylin, at Virginia Tech. That was an awesome experience, and I loved that experience,” Grubbs said. “Since then, I’ve taken visits to UCF, Georgia, UAB, Clemson, South Carolina, Duke, UNC, Florida, FSU, Nebraska, Auburn and NC State. I plan on taking a visit to Notre Dame, back to Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, LSU, Penn State, Michigan and Alabama.”

With Grubbs’ recruitment heating up, expect more offers to come his way as coaches continue to evaluate the talented young quarterback.

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