Former Colorado, Beaverton HS QB Sam Noyer Transferring to Oregon State

Oregon State added another quarterback to their 2021 roster with transfer quarterback Sam Noyer, the former University of Colorado and Beaverton high school QB announced on Twitter.

Noyer only entered the transfer portal on June 7, four days before his commitment to the Beavers.

Last season was Noyer’s first as the full-time starting quarterback. He joined the Buffs in 2016 and redshirted that season. Then, he spent two years as a backup QB. In 2019, he actually played safety and special teams before switching back to quarterback.

Noyer collected 1,101 passing yards, six touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also ran for 208 yards and five touchdowns in the Buffs COVID-19 condensed six-game schedule.

The Beaverton native earned an All-Pac-12 Second Team selection in 2020-21. His last game for Colorado, the Alamo Bowl vs. Texas, was rough: 8-of-23 passing with 101 yards and two interceptions.

Noyer, who has one year of eligibility left, joins redshirt-junior Tristian Gebbia (OSU’s starting QB last season), redshirt sophomore Chance Nolan, and two freshmen — Ben Gulbranson and Sam Vidlak — in the Oregon State quarterback room.

The Beavs play at Colorado on November 6 this upcoming season.

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