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Iowa State Signs Cornerback Noah Biglow

Noah Biglow, a three-star cornerback, announced his commitment to Iowa State over offers from Virginia, North Dakota State and Army on Thursday.

Biglow excelled as an arm hawk for Florida powerhouse Armwood this past season, notching six interceptions and eight pass breakups while also playing quarterback and receiver for the Bucs.

Early Life and Education

Noah Biglow is a three-star cornerback out of Florida powerhouse Armwood High in Seffner. In his senior season he made waves, recording six interceptions and eight pass breakups while leading Armwood High’s offense that led the Tampa Bay area in points per game last year.

Noah lived with his family on Commerce Street and Sullivan Avenue, owning other properties in Callicoon town in Sullivan County.

God once instructed a man named Noah to build an immense boat for Him. He provided guidance on its size and type of wood that should be used. Once Noah completed this project, rain fell for forty days and nights – keeping Noah and his family safe thanks to God who loves and keeps His promises.

Professional Career

Noah Biglow is an all-purpose tight end who excels in blocking, catching, running and throwing. As part of Tennessee’s 2021 team he played multiple positions and was responsible for rushing for 877 yards and five touchdowns on 155 carries and catching 42 passes for 579 yards while adding kickoff return touchdown and an 88 yard punt return touchdowns as well.

Armwood high school won 12 games with him as captain and advanced to the semifinals of Florida Class 7A playoffs with his help, featuring 69 tackles, six sacks, eight pass breakups, two fumble recoveries and eight pass breakups during his senior year alone. As an All-Tampa selection by Tampa Bay Times. Since high school graduation he has committed to University of Florida as well as receiving scholarship offers from Utah, Iowa and Pitt universities – among many others.

Achievement and Honors

Biglow was instrumental in leading Armwood High School to a 12-2 record and semifinals of Florida’s Class 7A playoffs this past year, recording six interceptions and eight pass breakups while providing solid understanding of the game by serving as quarterback for three seasons of high school and junior college basketball.

Iowa State’s secondary is already loaded with talent, and Biglow will add his considerable skillset. Iowa State has long had a talent for recruiting local players – Jeremiah George from Steinbrenner was first, followed by Aidan Bitter from Steinbrenner and TJ Tampa from Lakewood – as evidenced by Iowa State being the last of seven schools that offered Biglow an offer; on Thursday he signed with them, receiving 347Sports ratings while Rivals only awarded two stars.

Personal Life

Under a pandemic threat, coaches were still able to communicate effectively with high school prospects through video chats and phone calls, which proved critical in Iowa State landing Armwood defensive back Noah Biglow who announced Thursday his commitment.

Iowa State won out over offers from Virginia, North Dakota State, Army, Florida Buffalo and Georgia State for this three-star recruit, who plans to enroll next year.

Florida powerhouse Armwood relied heavily on Biglow to help them earn a 12-2 record and reach the semifinals of Class 7A playoffs, where he finished as a junior with six interceptions, eight pass breakups, two fumble recoveries and was named three-star cornerback by both 247Sports and Rivals. Biglow will add depth to a Panthers defense already boasting star cornerbacks like Damarri Mathis and Jason Pinnock.

Net Worth

Biglow ranks among the premier rebounders per minute in the NBA, outstripping Shaquille O’Neal, Tim Duncan, Antonio McDyess, Kendrick Perkins and David Lee as well as Yao Ming. His defensive prowess has earned him six interceptions and eight pass breakups this year alone.

Biglow amassed his fortune through real estate ventures he developed during his NBA career, including owning Budget Suites of America hotel chain and Bigelow Aerospace which creates space destinations.

Chicago may not approve of Noah’s minutes in the NBA, but his numbers speak for themselves. Biglow boasts high production levels that make him worth keeping around and his real estate holdings make him an assured bet to remain an elite center in future NBA competition.

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