CB Noah Biglow is the first to have a chance at playing time

“All-105” is a series by Pittsburgh Sports Now that profiles each of the 105 members of Pitt’s 2024 training camp squad.

Noah Biglowa redshirt junior from Armwood High in Wesley Chapel, Florida.

Season 2023: Biglow played in four games last season and served primarily as a special teamer

Statistics: Biglow did not record any stats last season, and he recorded two tackles (one solo) and one pass breakup in three seasons in Pittsburgh

View of the camp: Biglow has as much of a chance as any other Pitt cornerback to turn a strong fall training camp into a spot in the starting lineup. He'll likely work with the 2s all summer long.

Planned role: Biglow doesn't get mentioned as often as some of his cornerback teammates, but he's been in the system for a few seasons and knows what he's doing, whether it's as a reserve cornerback or special teamer.

Noah Biglow (6'1″, 180 lbs) transferred from Iowa State to Pitt when he was still a three-star recruit out of Armwood, choosing the Panthers despite Power Five offers from Duke, Iowa State, Kansas, Virginia and Washington State.

As a true freshman in 2021, he played in four games, securing his redshirt season and gaining valuable on-field experience – making a tackle against UMass and breaking up a pass against New Hampshire.

His playing time has not increased much over the past two seasons. He played five games in 2022 and four in 2023. He recorded one tackle over the past two seasons.

With the entire cornerback unit having to be replaced before fall practice, Biglow has the opportunity to work his way into legitimate defensive snaps. But it feels like he's currently working behind Ryland Gandy, Tamon Lynum, Jaremiah Anglin Jr., Tamarion Crumpley and Rashad Battle.

Regardless, he has the opportunity to get playing time if he earns it this summer.