NAME: Noah Beh
SCHOOL: Scranton Prep

When you see players on the field during warmups from an opposing team, some stand out right away. Then when the game actually starts, that player is as dominant as he looked. Noah Beh was one of those players. At 6’6 and 280 pounds, Beh was a dominating force on defense and a powerful blocker on offense. As a senior team captain, he helped lead Prep to an unbeaten regular season and Lackawanna Football Conference Division I title. A three-year starter at defensive end, Beh recorded 85 tackles and 12 sacks as a junior and then followed-up with 83 tackles and 9 sacks his senior year. On offense, Beh led an offensive line that produced a 1,000-yard rusher in both 2012 and 2013.

Beh was an NPF 2013 Lackawanna Football Conference Division I first-team offensive and defensive lineman and was a first-team defensive lineman in 2012 as well. He was named an NPF All-District 2 defensive lineman his senior season. Beh was named an all-state defensive lineman by the Pennsylvani Football Writers and first-team all-state defensive lineman by the Pennsylvania Football News in 2013. He was also named a first-team defensive lineman by Beh won the 2013 Hookey Reap Award for defense which is awarded to the best lineman in the Lackawanna Football Conference. Beh was selected to play in both the Big 33 Classic and Chesapeake Bowl. He was considered a top 50 offensive lineman in the country by most of the major recruiting services and ended up playing offensive line at Division I-FBS Penn State University. Beh transferred to Division I-FCS Delaware University where started 13 games his senior season on the offensive line that helped the Blue Hens to over 300 yards of total offense and 24.3 points per game. He also attended Kansas City Chiefs training camp.

Former Scranton Prep coach Nick Donato on Beh: “Noah was a three-year starter at defensive end. His size strength and flexibility made him a dominant player at that position. Extremely agile, he became a big time college recruit as an offensive guard. Besides those attributes, his dedication and work ethic set a great example for teammates contributing to our success.”