GREAT FALLS – Bobby Hauck keeps corralling great small school Montana talent. Great Falls Central quarterback Noah Ambuehl has verbally committed to play football at the University of Montana.
Ambuehl will be a senior this coming season, so the Mustangs will have one more season to let him sling it. He’s played quarterback and linebacker the past three years for Great Falls Central. Ambuehl was even the team’s punter and kicker in kickoff situations. The team improved each year with him at the helm, making the playoffs in 2016 and 2017 with 6-3 and 7-2 records.
Ambuehl says he plans to switch positions and be a tight end in college. The Central product has attended a few Montana Griz football camps in the past. Hauck and his staff really liked the 6’3 QB, and the feeling was mutual.
“I had a good camp down there and they messaged me on Twitter. They said that ‘you impressed us a lot down here.’ Then I got a phone call yesterday, and I wasn’t really knowing what to expect, so then (Coach Hauck) told me I had an offer,” said Ambuehl. “Then I just had a night to sleep on it and discuss it with my parents and I was ready to go.”
The maroon and silver run deep in Ambuehl’s family, as his mother is an alumni and his sister is set to graduate from there this year.