Former Nansemond-Suffolk star Noah Giles ready to spark William & Mary's offense
Dave Johnson, The Virginian-Pilot
As William & Mary struggled with its running game last fall, Noah Giles '16 watched helplessly in the role of a spectator. Thanks to a torn ACL, he could offer no help. Missing a valuable contributor, and with constant injuries up front, the Tribe ranked next-to-last nationally in rushing offense at 55.3 yards per game. The return of Giles, who averaged 6.2 yards a carry as a redshirt freshman, can only help.
We have a very talented and diverse group, said Giles, a fourth-year junior from Nansemond-Suffolk Academy. We all get along really well, and we all push each other to our maximum. That’s the best thing to come out of this, is that we all compete and make each other better. To continue reading the article in The Virginian-Pilot, please click here.