- Name: Tyler Noble
- Position: DB
- College: Morehead State University
- Height: 5’11”
- Weight: 196 lbs
- Twitter: @TylerNoble1K
- Instagram: @tylernoble1k
1.What do you think are the keys to success on the football field?
The keys to success on the field are discipline, no excuses, and effort. These three keys work together from the start of practice to the end which ultimately get displayed on game day.
2.What is your mindset when you are on the football field?
I want to dominate the man lined up across from me. That means denying them catches, touchdowns, or third-down conversions. If they have a different jersey on I want to make themreconsider stepping on the field.
3.What made you decide you wanted to be a football player?
I was actually in the sixth-grade, one day during lunch we had a football throwing contest to out throw our principal. Out of all the kids that tried, I was the one to win the contest. Many of myfriends at the time kept telling me to join the Irvine Chargers Youth football team. I went home to ask and the next year my journey began.
4.What is your favorite workout?
I’m a big speed guy, and have been one ever since elementary school. My favorite workout is anything that has to do with the cardio on the track. Also, just going to the field and doingfootwork is really peaceful. There is a phrase that says, “slow feet, you don’t eat.”
5.If you could hang out with any football player past or present for a day, who and why?
I would love to spend time around Deion Sanders or Charles Woodson simply because they are both hall of famers, two of the best corners to ever play the game. I could learn a lot more tools to add so the game can slow down that much more.
6.What are your favorite things about playing football for Morehead State?
Ultimately, my favorite thing is that we have a close bond between our coaches and players. We believe we are on the verge of accomplishing something that has not been done.
7.What do you love about the game of football?
I love how hard football is during the process. It’s hard to wake up early in the morning for weights. It’s hard to practice in 95 degrees or 20 degrees. It’s hard to miss family events or holidays because of practice. Football prepares us to be ready for everything that life brings.
8.What type of energy do you bring onto the football field?
I bring a competitive aura to the field. I make sure my teammates are ready to not only outwork each other but the version they were yesterday.
9.What are your favorite moments from your football life?
My favorite moment is making it out of the JUCO route. It was a long journey that felt uneasy at times, although it taught me the toughest lessons I needed to better myself as a student athlete.
10.What would a team get in a player like you?
A leader that always takes the road less traveled regardless of the outcome. A player who performs and executes when it counts. Any team that takes a chance on me would get a player that gives his all to be the best defense in the conference.
11.What is your favorite coverage and why?
I love man to man, I could follow the no. 1 or no. 2 receivers all day long while playing a loaded zone to the other side. Either a QB will throw to a shutdown corner or throw to a zone side.
12. What role do you hope to have if you make it into the NFL?
I hope that I can be an impact player. When I make it into the NFL, I am willing to give my all to win a championship for whichever team I play for.