Over the weekend, wide receiver Noah Massey took the trip from Houston, Texas to Bowling Green, Ohio for an official visit with the Falcons. Since then, Massey took the offer to be BGSU’s 18th commit for the 2018 signing class.
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“I chose Bowling Green because it just a great fit for me with the coaches, the environment, the school,” Massey told MAC Prospectus. “It’s just the place I want to be.”
Massey is from Westfield High School in Houston and is rated a 3-star prospect by 247sports. He also held offers from North Texas and Texas Southern (FCS).
When Massey made his trip up to Bowling Green, he said that he cliqued well with freshman receiver Quintin Morris, who is from George Ranch High School in Richmond, Texas. Their respective high schools are separated by an hour of driving time.
“I really connected with him really fast because he’s from where I’m from, so he understands where I’m coming from,” Massey said. “It was really easy to adjust since he was there with me.”
Massey noted that his style of play compliments his 6-foot-3 frame.
“Since people see that I’m 6-3, 215 (pounds), they don’t think I can do things that 5-8, 195 (pound) receivers can do, but I can.”