The Wolfpacker

September 2015

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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SEPTEMBER 2015 ■ 77 ■ FOOTBALL RECRUITING 403 S. Broad Street, Edenton, NC 866 360 5222 6385 N. Croatan Hwy, Suite 105, Kitty Hawk, NC 800 488 3041 Vogedes InsuranceAgency, Inc. 6345 North Croatan Highway #200 Kitty Hawk, NC 27949 800•488•3041 Dry Clean Your Carpets! commercial residential Since 1987 Environmentally safe "green" system No soapy residue common to steam cleaning systems Fully bonded and insured Safe for children and pets • • • • No waiting on carpets to dry Proven system – millions of square feet cleaned in the Triangle since 1987 Wolfpack family owned and operated • • • Phone: 919-834-1990 • Fax: 919-834-1998 – commercial – residential Ask about our Sure Step non-slip floor treatment! Notes From The Recruiting Trail • NC State lost a verbal commitment when three-star defensive tackle Kobe Smith from Law- renceville (Ga.) Archer High switched his pledge to Kentucky in late July. Smith had originally verbally committed to the Pack last January. He is expected to graduate early from Archer. • A pair of top junior quarterbacks visited NC State for the Alpha Wolf Showcase July 24, headlined by five-star Hunter Johnson from Brownsburg (Ind.) High. Johnson is listed by Rivals. com as the nation's top-ranked pro-style quarter - back in the 2017 class and the No. 4 overall player regardless of position. He also visited Tennessee in July and was ex- pected to trip to Notre Dame in August. Those three are believed to be Johnson's top trio. The 6-2, 185-pounder threw for 1,434 yards and 10 touchdowns last season. Three-star signal-caller and former Miami com- mit Todd Centeio from West Palm Beach (Fla.) Dwyer High also visited NCSU. He labeled the Pack as his new frontrunner since opening up his recruitment over the spring. lists Centeio (6-0, 195 pounds) as the No. 37 junior in Florida ands the No. 13 dual- threat quarterback in the 2017 class. • Two receivers from the state of Florida com - mitted to other schools could emerge as NC State targets this fall. Andrew Parchment is a 6-3, 180-pounder at Weston's Cypress Bay High, the same school that produced NCSU junior running back Matt Dayes. Parchment, who is rated as a two-star prospect, by, committed to Cincinnati in May, but he has received August offers from NC State and South Florida. Three-star Johnny Huntley (6-3, 190 pounds) from South Plantation High, made a verbal pledge to Colorado Aug. 4, but days later he told Rivals that he wants to visit NC State and Texas Chris - tian in the fall. He is rated as the No. 61 pros- pect in Florida's 2016 class and the No. 69 senior wideout nationally. He caught about 40 passes for around 900 yards and 12 touchdowns last year. Wide receiver Johnny Huntley of Planta- tion (Fla.) South Plantation verbally com- mitted to Colorado Aug. 4, but plans to visit both NC State and TCU in the fall. PHOTO COURTESY RIVALS.COM

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