FRISCO, Tex. — Noah Sewell could dress as a lighting bolt or a battery for Halloween. The 6-foot-2, 266-pounder with a short shuttle drill that a 5-star receiver would appreciate just has that much constant energy.
His Opening testing numbers reflect that.
— Gabriel Sewell, Sr.🇦🇸 (@gsewell_sr) July 2, 2019
Sewell was pretty hard to get to sit down and mic up for our DawgNation conversation series from the Opening finals last week out in Texas. He is really always on the move.
When the interview concluded, he shared his thanks and jogged halfway across the field. The young fella basically only knows one speed.
The Orem High School standout (Orem, UT) ranks as the nation’s No. 4 ATH for 2020 on the 247Sports Composite ratings. That will also slot him as the nation’s No. 43 overall prospect for 2020.
Sewell has three older brothers who are playing college football. How will their experiences shape his decision? Check out the featured video above for the answer to that.
He clearly wants to be an ILB at the next level. He plans to drop his top 8 schools on July 28. That will be to honor his father, Gabe, on his birthday.
What did DawgNation learn about Noah Sewell?
Sewell touched on a variety of topics in the above video with DawgNation, including the following:
- Where did things get started with his recruitment by Georgia?
- How does he feel about playing in the SEC?
- Does he plan to enroll early?
- Is there a tug to follow his brother’s path and sign with Oregon?
- How does he feel about potentially becoming one of the first players of Polynesian descent on the roster at UGA?
- What did he do to get so fast for his size?
- How does Georgia plan to use him?
- Does he see a fit with the ILB room at UGA?
- When does he plan to make his college decision?
- What motivates him to excel on the field?