Noah Barron

Age: 13
Position: Wide Receiver
Team: CC Turf Sports
Height: 5’1’
Weight: 95 LBS


Written by: David Vitone

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Every offense in football needs a wide receiver who can make a game-changing play with speed and explosiveness. CC Turf Sports Noah Barron is a cornerbacks nightmare as the wide receiver will make you pay at all costs. The 13-year-old has rare talent at such a young age, and it poses for a bright future. Barron has been playing football since five years old, which proves to be an advantage over his opponents as he’s learned the X’s and O’s at such a young age. The youngster has received offensive and defensive MVP for his outstanding play. He’s also been a part of a team that’s won four straight tournaments. Proving to not only succeed for himself, but the team as a whole has been on a dominant run.


Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver Davante Adams is arguably the best at his position in the NFL. Adams is Barron’s favorite player, as he tries to emulate his game every time he hits the field. Barron’s ability to change direction and create separation is a key asset to his game, and it proves to be a security blanket for the quarterback as he can always rely on Barron to make an impact play. His favorite route to run is the post corner; when the receiver runs around 7-10 yards, then runs an angle toward the goals post, and finally cuts again toward the sidelines. It’s an incredibly tough route to run, as it requires the receiver to open his hips and make the hard cut to confuse the cornerback. It’s even more impressive that the 13-year-old Barron can execute such a play as other kids his age are still trying to figure out the fundamentals.


While Barron is a naturally gifted athlete, he makes sure to spend his free time working out to improve his game. Anything to have the upper hand over the opponent come gameday is always in the back of Barron’s mind. He works out with people much older than him, which inspires him to work even harder as his mentality improves every day. One of Barron’s favorite things about football is the team bonding the sport provides, as he loves to succeed as a unit rather than individually.


Head Coach Vryston Crosby has played a crucial role in Barron’s success as he pushes him to achieve as a player and person every day. Barron loves to make Crosby and his parents proud as they recognize his work ethic and dedication to the sport. Outside of football, he excels in the classroom, as he defines what a student-athlete should be.


One day, Barron wants to play Divison I football. Ideally, playing for Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide or The University of Oregon. Year in and year out, both schools produce NFL athletes who succeed at the professional level. With Barron’s success on and off the field, don’t be surprised to see him in the news one day.





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