- Name: Noah Zerr
- Height: 6 foot 7 inches
- Weight: 320 lbs
- Position: Offensive Tackle, Offensive Guard
- College: The University of Saskatchewan
- Twitter: @noah_zerr
What is the best restaurant in your hometown city?
• The best restaurant in my hometown would be the Golden Bowl restaurant.
When breaking down your film what will stick out?
• My physicality, and athleticism would stick out.
If you won the lotto, what is the first thing you would do with the money?
• I would pay off my parents’ debt, they have helped me every step of the way. It wouldn’t be right of me to not give help back.
What has been your biggest failure?
• I would say my biggest failure is my first game of the 2019 season, I was dealing with injuries and gave up 3 sacks. I’ll let that game motivate me for the rest of my collegiate career.
What do your teammates say is your best quality?
• I think my teammates would say I never quit mentality is my best quality
Who is the hardest working teammate on your team?
• I think it’s hard to choose because I have so many hard-working teammates, but if I had to, I would say Colten Klassen. He lives and breathes football, and when he broke his leg in 2019 he basically willed himself back to full health within a 4-month span. He doesn’t let anything slow him down.
Have you ever had a nickname? What is it?
• Big Z, or Big Zerr
What is your degree in, if you do not make it as a football player, what is your dream job?
• My degree is in Kinesiology. If I don’t make it as a football player I would like to be a sports psychologist. I feel it is an underutilized aspect of today’s sports culture. We have to take care of our mental game.
What is your coolest life moment?
• My coolest moment would be winning the 2018 Hardy Cup, with a team that didn’t care what anyone else thought and just went to work every day.
What song would you sing at Karaoke night?
• I would sing “when it rains it pours” by Luke Combs
If you could pick any actor to play you in a movie, who are you picking?
• I would pick Nathan Fillion if he gained a 100 pounds.
Who is your favorite football team?
• The 2014 Ohio State Buckeyes, they were a great team with a lot of heart.
If you had a warning label, what would yours say?
• My warning label would be: Don’t push me, I push back.
What is your biggest fear?
• My biggest fear is letting my family down.
Who is the most underrated player in the NFL?
• The most underrated player in the NFL is Brett Jones. I think he is a very talented Centre, and Guard who deserves more love than he gets.
Take us through game day, How do you prepare?
• I wake up, have a cup of coffee. I then sit down to have breakfast, as I have breakfast I watch the latest opponent’s game to look for any key weaknesses I may have missed throughout the week of preparation leading up to game day. After that, I shower and head to the field, and put on my gameday shoes as I walk out the door. I get treatment from the physio’s and then eat with the team. After our team meal, I stretch and put my lowers on. I go and take a walk around the field, come back and get taped as I listen to some motivational music, then I put my eye black on, strap up my helmet and get ready for war.
Do you have any hobbies?
• My hobbies would be breaking down old game or practice film, but outside of football I would say that I like to go for bike rides, go fishing, or play some other sports like basketball or hockey.
If you had to compare yourself to someone in the NFL, who would that be?
• I would compare myself to Taylor Lewan. He is someone who plays to the echo of the whistle and is always sticking up for his teammates. He is known for his old fashion to take no prisons style.
Who has been the biggest influence on your life and explain why?
• My biggest influence will always be my dad. He was always taking me to early morning practices, and driving me to cities that were hours away just so I could be the best football player possible. He also played for the University of Saskatchewan and wore the number 60, which is the reason I wear number 60.
What motivates you to work hard?
• I stay motivated to work hard because I know that know matter how talented I may think I am I am I can always be a better, stronger player. I also know that the work that I might skip out on is work that someone else is putting in, so I never skip the work.