As you may recall, Noah Song graduated from Annapolis in 2019 after leading Navy with an 11-1 record, 1.44 ERA, and 161 strikeouts in 94 innings, which earned him First Team All-American status and a spot at the Finalists table for the Golden Spikes Award. Due to his 2-year naval commitment, the Red Sox took a flier on him by selecting Noah in the 4th round of the 2019 draft. He is a tall (6'4"), sturdy (200 pounds) righthander that Sox Prospects believes has mid-rotation starter potential. Searching for a little contemporary news, I found a Tomase article from Nov'21 that gave a decent update and a timeline of "sometime in 2022". I had forgotten that he has already pitched in the Red Sox system; Mr. Song, who grew up in Claremont CA (an L.A. suburb), made his debut with the Lowell Spinners in 2019, struck out 19 in 17 innings and pitched to a 1.09 ERA. That fall, Noah pitched for the U.S. in the Premier12 tournament against high-level competition, showing off a 99 mph fastball. He allowing no earned runs, 1 hit, and struck out 6 in 5 relief appearances (5.1 innings). He turns 25 May, 2022 and his two-year commitment ends June, 2022.