Servite quarterback Noah Fifita picks Arizona Football

Continuing to make news in the class of 2022, the Arizona Football team has picked up a commitment from Servite HS quarterback, Noah Fifita. 

It has been a tremendous off-season for Arizona Football and newly hired head coach Jedd Fisch. Just months on the job and the Wildcats are seeing immense recruiting success as they have secured a commitment from 2022 quarterback, Noah Fifita.

Considered a three-star quarterback in the class of 2022, Noah is the standout dual-threat quarterback from the talented Servite High School in Anaheim, CA that committed to the Wildcats via social media on Sunday afternoon.

Becoming just the sixth commitment for the Wildcats, Noah is certainly a good one! He is considered to be the No. 636 player overall, the No. 13 dual-threat quarterback, and he’s also ranked No. 45 overall in the talent-rich state of California.

Picking Arizona over offers from Cal, Fresno State, and Hawaii among others, this is a big pick-up for Arizona for numerous reasons. First off, not only is Noah the fifth commitment ranked in the Top 1,000, but he’s also from the talented Servite High School. Hopefully, this is the break the Wildcats needed to break into the Southern California area high school.

On film, Noah is the real deal. Standing 5-feet-10-inches, and 180 pounds, he is smaller in stature but has a big game that should translate well for Arizona Football.

Drawing some similarities to Kyler Murray and Russell Wilson, Noah mostly lines up in shotgun formation, possessing strong pocket presence and awareness. He can see and feel the pressure and react, as well as move around to find his passing lanes, and deliver accurate throws.

He has good, but not great arm strength, and overall, the touch and accuracy are there. As evidenced by his 193/315 for 2,892 yards, 37 touchdowns to just four interceptions passing.

Where he also excels is in the running game. He is quick and agile, having good elusiveness overall, and has enough wiggle to make guys miss in space.

Just see for yourself…