Arizona Football Signs Three-Star Quarterback Noah Fifita
On Easter Sunday, Arizona Football Head Coach Jedd Fisch scored his first commitment of the 2022 class when Servite quarterback Noah Fifita pledged his allegiance. Rated as three-star by 247Sports, Fifita will join Arizona as part of its 2022 recruiting class.
Fifita’s big arm makes him adept at throwing deep routes to open receivers. Additionally, he boasts an excellent football IQ and can extend plays using his legs.
Early Life and Education
Noah was an energetic young man who experienced life to its fullest through travel, sports and his big heart. He enjoyed playing hockey and skating as well as skiing, snowboarding, shooting, hiking, water sports and skydiving – and was an enthusiastic ukulele player as well.
Noah Fifita is a dual-threat quarterback from Servite High School in Anaheim, California who was recognized by 247Sports as a three-star recruit. As one of the premier prospects of 2022 class.
Fifita was known for his quick release and strong arm strength, helping lead one of Servite’s premier offensive units as a sophomore. He enjoyed Reggae music and dancing. Curry Chicken was his go-to dish.
On Easter Sunday, Arizona Football received a major boost with the commitment of three-star quarterback Noah Fifita – a two-way prospect with both big arms and quick legs who has incredible accuracy with passing downfield.
He’s quick and nimble enough to avoid pass rushers easily, while using his legs to extend plays and gain more yards on the ground as well.
Fifita participated in a Southern California league called Flo Rida to hone his skills and talent. While playing this league, he caught passes from current Servite teammates Zedakiah Centers, Wesley Taylor and Keyan Burnett as well as from JSerra’s Keyan Burnett that prepared him for high school football. Furthermore, this experience gave him exposure to Mission Viejo Mikey Matthews and JSerra’s Isaiah Figueroa while also playing together on a championship eighth grade championship team as eighth graders!
Achievement and Honors
Noah Fifita is an exceptional passer with great touch and accuracy, comfortable lining up in shotgun formation and showing excellent pocket presence and awareness. In addition, his mobility allows him to find open receivers along the passing lanes.
At Servite High School in Southern California – an all-boys Catholic high school famous for its football program – he played as part of an elite junior squad that won a Trinity League Championship title in their rookie season.
Horowhenua Council recognized Fifita during their 2022 Civic Honours and Certificate of Recognition ceremony held at Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-po. Alongside him were other remarkable young people, who received Youth Excellence Scholarships.
Fifita enjoys Reggae music, dancing and celebrating victories with his teammates. His grandfather from Tonga serves as his life mentor; and he loves eating Curry Chicken. While playing youth football for Fountain Valley Barons where he played as star quarterback Zedakiah Centers and Isaac Figueroa would become future Servite teammates; then later playing for Orange County Buckeyes where current Servite teammates like Tetairoa McMillan, Noah Avinger, Keyan Burnett were fellow teammates from Orange County Buckeyes he competed.
Arizona football coach Jedd Fisch landed his inaugural commitment of 2022 on Easter Sunday when three-star dual-threat quarterback Noah Fifita from Servite High School in Anaheim, California verbally committed to join the Wildcats. 247Sports ranks him as the 736th-best player and 51st-best quarterback.