Delaware Defensive Back Noah Plack
Noah Plack approaches every football field with one objective in mind: to “see ball, get ball.” As part of first-year coach Ryan Carty’s defense that has flourished under him this season, Plack will once more be counted upon when Delaware faces top seeded South Dakota State on Saturday in an FCS playoff game.
Early Life and Education
Noah Plack is an exceptional defensive back who has played for the University of Connecticut. This 6-foot-2, 215-pound senior joined through the transfer portal after spending 2021 season at Delaware and helping lead them to FCS playoff berth against No.1 seed South Dakota State – as seen Saturday when Hens face Jackrabbits at 3 p.m. EST (ESPN+). At South Fayette High School in McDonald, Pennsylvania where Plack and fellow UConn transfer commit Ray Eldridge attended together!
Noah Plack is an All-Colonial Athletic Association safety who currently plays for Delaware. A gifted athlete with speed and vision on the field, Noah Plack approaches each play with one goal in mind – see the ball, get it!
He is also an avid FIFA fan who takes great joy in showcasing his skills on the pitch. Additionally, he enjoys watching movies and is an accomplished singer.
His family is very encouraging of his football career. Noah, Elijah and Isaiah all follow in his footsteps by also pursuing their football dreams. Christian, an auto mechanic from Nigeria who fled due to hardship has since provided them all the opportunity for them to live out their ambitions – now based in Basel Switzerland; where Platt has made appearances such as Winthrop Paroo from The Music Man and Leo Frank from Parade on Broadway.
Noah Plack approaches every football field with one simple mindset: “See ball, get ball.” As a fifth-year safety from Delaware with incredible vision and procurement skills that has earned him first team All-Colonial Athletic Association this season. Plack leads his Blue Hens in total tackles and passes deflections while also holding records for total tackles made, passes deflected, forced fumble recovery, sack, forced fumble recovery as well as having recovered fumbles himself. On Saturday in Round 16 FCS playoffs play against No. 1-seeded South Dakota State with their defense ranking being 23rd nationally overall with its total defense being led by Plack himself!
South Fayette High in McDonald, Pennsylvania was home to an outstanding tight end and linebacker; as a result of this talent he received scholarship offers from UConn and Army before choosing Delaware as his destination.
Yannick Noah was an accomplished French former professional tennis player who eventually made the transition into pop music stardom. Over his storied career he won three Grand Slam singles titles and two doubles titles while receiving numerous other accolades and awards. Additionally he is father to NBA player Joakim Noah who currently resides with him.
He has released four albums during his musical career and amassed over 30 million followers on TikTok – making him an instantaneous hit among youth culture. Recently he signed on with TalentX Entertainment, an industry leading social media monetization and talent development company.
He lives in the United States and maintains his privacy by keeping thin. Yet, he enjoys an excellent lifestyle and career opportunities that bring joy.