According to media sources in the bay area four star speedster Noah Smith (photo) (6-0, 165, 4.35) from Woodland Hills (Calif.) Taft will be joining high school teammate and battery mate Cary Dove (6-2, 175, 4.7) in helping solidify the reemergence of a long hibernating Cal Bear program.
Smith is a speedy wide receiver who came on real strong at the end of the season and came up big during their playoff run. Though he had to share receptions with the all-time leading receiver in California history Steve Smith and the emerging Paul Pratt, Smith still had over 30 catches and 10 touchdowns as a senior.
Smith told Rivals100 in an earlier interview and that time he was impressed with the curriculum. “I liked it at Cal,” Smith said. “I liked the surroundings and I was impressed with Cal’s curriculum.”
“I’m not looking at a school for their coach,” Smith said. “I’m looking at them for the field of study that I’m majoring in. I’m majoring in criminology.”
The Bears get a wide receiver that has already developed chemistry with their quarterback of the future in Dove. He is one of the fastest football players in the state and has been timed in the 100 at 10.4.
Great get for the Bears.