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Former Pitt Defensive Lineman Noah Palmer Transfers to Duquesne

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Wednesday marks the second national signing period and Duquesne kicked things off this morning as former Pitt defensive lineman Noah Palmer signed his national letter of intent with the Dukes.

The Thomas Jefferson high school native spent three seasons with the Panthers, redshirting his freshman season, and did not appear in a game in his redshirt freshman campaign in 2019.

 In his redshirt sophomore season, he appeared in just two games against Austin Peay and Virginia Tech and tallied two tackles, and retired a fumble 33 yards. Palmer appeared in one game for the Panthers in their 2021 ACC Championship season way back on Sept. 25 against New Hampshire but did not record any tackles in that game.

Palmer was a two-way player at Thomas Jefferson, receiving All-Big Nine Conference honors at defensive end and tight end. He was also named Pennsylvania Football News Class 4A All-State defensive first-team selection. 

Over his high school career, Palmer finished with 37 tackles, four sacks, and three forced fumbles and helped Thomas Jefferson capture three straight WPIAL championships during his time in high school. 

Palmer will have two years of eligibility remaining with Duquesne 

Sandy Schall, Coldwell Banker
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