Florida Football Recruiting: Gators make top 10 for QB Noah Grubbs

The four-star QB in the class of 2026 has been heavily targeted
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Earlier this week, Florida Football missed out on class of 2025 QB Ryan Montgomery as he announced his plan to attend Georgia.

And while the Gators are still looking at a couple of other targets for 2025, the real imputus will be getting a 2026 QB and Florida is still in the running for one of their top targets from that class.

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We profiled Grubbs back in January when he starting popping up on Florida's radar. The Lake Mary High QB was 5th in the state of Florida in passing yards last year despite just being a sophomore.

At the time we said:

"Lake Mary operated a very vertical passing oriented offense and Grubbs had zero issue constantly pumping the ball downfield. Given his height, he stays tall in the pocket and even at times when it felt like he was leaning back on a throw rather than driving through it never felt like he was at risk of underthrowing a receiver.

His film doesn't showcase a ton of pressure in his face, but he is still able to demonstrate solid pocket awareness to slide to the side as needed a still deliver a strike.

Pretty much any downfield throw was within the wheelhouse of Grubbs being able to hit, including back corner throws that were a staple of the Lake Mary offense."

Star ratings are still being formulated for 2026 guys. On3 has him as a three-star and Rivals has him as a four-star. 247 and ESPN have yet to give a star rating.

Grubbs announced his top ten earlier this week and Florida is still in the running along with Notre Dame and Michigan among others.

As is the case with all 2026 prospects, expect plenty of twists and turns between now and putting pen to paper in December of 2025.