FNV 2020 Offensive Player of the Year

Erie Mason’s Noah Beaudrie has been named the Friday Night Victors 2020 Offensive Player of the Year. The 5-11, 180 lb senior threw for 1,516 yards and 27 TD’s while only throwing 1 interception. Beaudrie also completed 65.79% of his passes and had a QB rating of 144.92. The 4-year varsity starter also ran 1,048 yards and 16 TD’s for the undefeated TCC Champions and finished 7-1 overall after losing in the 2nd round of the playoffs to Clinton.

Beaudrie’s 4-year totals as a starter are staggering. The Mount Union commit threw for 5,747 yards and 56 TD’s while running for another 4,503 yards and 59 TD’s. In 2020 the Eagles won their first playoff game since 2003 and finished with their first winning season since 2004, all while averaging 52 ppg.

7 thoughts on “FNV 2020 Offensive Player of the Year”

  1. Well Deserved! Absolutely Amazing Numbers!
    Noah is one of those special kids that just doesn’t come around too often, not ONLY is he an amazing QB and Leader and has a tremendous work ethic , He is a Great Kid! Keep your eyes on this QB
    He is Going places !

  2. Noah numbers are video games type numbers. Well deserve Offensive Player of the Year. Can’t wait to see who gets MVP award.

  3. Congratulations Noah! It’s been a pleasure getting to watch you over the past 4 years (even if you always beat us), Mount Union is getting a great player and a class act!

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