Top Miami football 2024 QB prospect Air Noland trending to Ohio State

Oct 29, 2016; South Bend, IN, USA; Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 29, 2016; South Bend, IN, USA; Mandatory Credit: Matt Cashore-USA TODAY Sports /

Four-star 2024 quarterback prospect Air Noland is trending to Ohio State. The Miami football program was previously trending for Noland before his visit to Ohio State this past weekend. The On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine projects Ohio State with an 84.2 chance for a Noland commitment when he announces on Saturday.

Noland is the 111th-ranked player, 10th QB and 20th in Georgia out of Fairburn Langston Hughes in the 2024 Class. Kicker Abram Murray is the only 2024 Miami football commit. Expect the Hurricanes to try and sign two QBs in the 2024 class. Tyler Van Dyke could leave for the NFL following the 2024 season.

Sophomore Jacurri Brown and 2023 signee Emory Williams are the other scholarship QBs on the Miami roster. Hiring new offensive coordinator Shannon Dawson is expected to create a more explosive offense for Miami and help in recruiting. Nine of the 23 2024 QBs Miami has offered remain uncommitted.

Whichever QB(s) Miami signs in the 2024 class will have a chance to compete to be a starter as a true freshman. Brad Kayaa was the last true freshman to start for the Miami football team in 2014. Miami could also seek to add a transfer QB in 2024 if Van Dyke leaves for the NFL as expected.

Noland has completed 67.8 percent of his passes for 8,024 yards, 104 touchdowns and 16 interceptions in his first three years of high school. Noland already has good size at 6’2, 190 pounds but will have to fill out more. Andrew Ivins of 247 Sports praised Noland for having the quickest release in the 2024 class.

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Although he has not put up big numbers running Ivins stated that Noland is “More than comfortable on the move and has plenty of experience running RPOs out of a single-back spread attack…will beat defenders to the sticks with his legs, and is more than creative when the pocket starts to break down.”