Nobles Heading Back to Clemson

Nobles Heading Back to Clemson

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Nobles Heading Back to Clemson

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By Keith McGonigle.

Fitzgerald High School standout quarterback Kaleb Nobles has been holding an offer from Clemson since he camped there last June.  With the new coaching staff and system on the offensive side of the ball, is Nobles worried about the offer still standing?

“I am not worried right now. Everything is going to work out; God has got a plan for me everything will work itself out.   As of right now, I haven’t been able to talk to Coach Swinney, but I just want to visit and meet Coach Morris and see what he thinks,” said Nobles.

Nobles, who only hold an offer from Clemson, said he is planning a visit to Tiger town during the spring or summer.

What are Nobles thoughts on playing in a spread offense?

“I like the spread offense because it means you get to throw a lot, but I am not a big fan because everyone can back up five yards and be ready for the pass,” said Nobles.  “I am more of an under center quarterback.  We run the Wing-T at my school, so defenses will put 9 or 10 guys in the box and it is easier to pass and run.”

The 5’10” 175 lbs. quarterback has recently taken visits to Troy, Vanderbilt, and Valdosta State.  But what does he think of Clemson?

“It’s just a really good family atmosphere up there.  I haven’t been able to be around the new coaching staff but I have heard good things. Every time I’ve been there it’s been a family atmosphere.”

Nobles passed for 1200+ yards and 16 touchdowns and only 5 interceptions last year.  Look for him to continue to improve and draw interest from schools.

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