Noah Ruggles


Player profile

  • Height 6-2
  • Weight 190
  • Hometown Odessa, Fla.
  • Last School Steinbrenner / North Carolina
  • Year Graduate

Ohio State Overview
• Noah joined the Ohio State football program in June of 2021 as a graduate transfer from the University of North Carolina
• Will have two years of eligibility remaining beginning with the 2021 season

At North Carolina
• Ruggles’ best season with the Tar Heels came in 2019 when he appeared in all 13 games and was fifth in the ACC in scoring with 102 points.
• Made 19 of 27 field goals and connected on all 45 of his PATs.
• His 19 made field goals and 45 extra points were both fifth most in single-season program history.
• Made a 40-yard field goal with seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter which was the winning score in a 20-17 victory over rival Duke.
• He also connected on a 49-yard field goal – a career long – versus Wake Forest.
• Redshirted as a true freshman in 2017 and appeared in one game during the 2018 season before earning the starting kicker duties in 2019.
• His 2020 season was limited to just one appearance, a made PAT versus Western Carolina.
• For his career, Ruggles was 48-for-48 on extra points and 19-for-27 on field goals with 10 makes from between 30 and 49 yards.

More on Noah
• Attended Steinbrenner High School and was the nation’s No. 9 ranked kicker by 247Sports following his prep career.
• A first-team Class 8A All-State selection, Ruggles was the Offensive MVP of the Hillsborough All-Star Game.