Dirtbags All Blacks 2022 catcher Noah Hill has committed to play baseball at Old Dominion University located in Norfolk, Virginia. The future Monarch catcher/left handed hitter committed on July 26, 2021.
Find out more about Hill’s commitment below..
Jon Walker (Dirtbags All Blacks Head Coach) on Noah Hill:
“Noah is an elite left handed bat that has a chance to hit early in college. He’s a physical catcher who rakes! Most importantly he brings leadership and accountability to the table. He’s got an extremely bright future.” -Jon Walker
Noah Hill on the Dirtbags:
“The Dirtbags are the best coaching staff and organization I have ever played for. They turned me into a great player and help me tremendously with the college recruiting process. Honestly my college recruiting process was very stressful to me but Coach Walker worked tireless to help me find the right fit. I will forever be thankful for the Dirtbags organization for putting me in this position. There’s absolutely no way, I would be here without the help of the Dirtbags!” -Noah Hill
Brian Hill (Father of Noah) on the Dirtbags:
“When we made the choice to switch Noah over to the Dirtbags, it wasn’t an easy decision. Trying to do the best for your children and get them in the right program is a huge step to a college career and their future. We couldn’t have made a better decision! Not only did the coaches do a great job of getting Noah’s name out there, the summer was amazing playing with a great group of guys and playing top competition.”
“We had several college interest from day one with the Dirtbags and finally decided on committing to Old Dominion University. We’re very excited about Noah putting on the Monarch jersey. We would like to thanks Coach Jon Walker and Chad Anderson, for a great summer and all the work they done to help Noah get to where he is today. When they say they work for your children they mean it! Also a big thanks to Trey Daly for allowing us to be a part of a fantastic organization.” – Brian Hill