The Wolfpacker

September 2018

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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38 ■ THE WOLFPACKER make plays and have big bodies that shield littler bodies from them. That is what we have done." Sixth-year senior quarterback Ryan Fin- ley half-joked that within 10 minutes of an August practice ending, Louis and Harmon will probably be somewhere watching film. "Those guys are pretty special and it's fun playing with them," Finley said. "I re- ally don't have to be great for those guys to be good. "They make me look good all the time." Finley said Harmon and Louis have sim- ilar personality traits, while Meyers is a "free-spirited hooper." "[Harmon and Louis] work extremely hard and we actually have to pull them back sometimes, at least I do," said Finley, who emphasized that he knows he has to give Harmon the chance to catch the ball. "They always want to put work in. "Kelvin is very quiet, but when he speaks everyone knows it is important. Steph is a little bit louder, but just as well respected on the team. "When [Meyers] got moved, it wasn't very long before we were like, 'Dang, this dude can ball. He is going to help us.' Ja- kobi has grown a ton over the last year, both physically and mentally." Fifth-year senior left tackle Tyler Jones said that while wide receivers sometimes Junior Kelvin Harmon became NC State's first 1,000-yard receiver since 2003, when he hauled in 69 passes for 1,017 yards and four scores last year. It was the second highest receiving yardage total by a sophomore in school history. PHOTO BY KEN MARTIN

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