The Wolfpacker

November 2015 Issue

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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NOVEMBER 2015 ■ 131 ■ FOOTBALL RECRUITING 39‑32 at South Plantation (Fla.) High on Oct. 16, NC State wide receivers coach George McDonald was in attendance and a very interested observer. Both high schools have wideouts committed to other schools that have been offered by the Pack. Cypress Bay features two‑star An‑ drew Parchment, a 6‑3, 180‑pounder who picked Cincinnati in May. He has, how‑ ever, indicated that he will take visits to other schools after picking up offers from NC State and South Florida in August. Three‑star Johnny Huntley plays for South Plantation. The 6‑3, 190‑pounder picked Colorado in August and has ex‑ pressed that he was firm in that decision after making an official visit there Oct. 2, but the Pack and TCU, among others, have been trying to sway Huntley. ranks him as the No. 78 se‑ nior wide receiver in the country. Tight End NC State continues to hang around with four‑star Thaddeus Moss from Charlotte Mallard Creek High. The 6‑4, 240‑pounder is expected to officially visit NCSU when they host UNC Nov. 28. That had previ‑ ously been when he was going to take a trip to Southern Cal, but a midseason coaching change there has changed his plans. Moss was scheduled to officially visited UCLA over Halloween weekend, and he also is slated to travel to Arizona State Nov. 21. Moss, the son of former NFL standout wide receiver Randy Moss, is listed as the No. 9 tight end nationally in the senior class by Offensive Line NC State has been evaluating offensive linemen throughout the fall with the ap‑ parent intention of adding one more to the class. One highly touted prospect that has maintained contact with NC State is four‑ star tackle Josh Ball from Fredericksburg (Va.) Stafford Senior High. The 6‑7, 315‑pounder verbally commit‑ ted to Florida State in June, but he has con‑ firmed to that he will officially visit NC State. ranks Ball as the No. 16 offensive tackle and the No. 192 senior regardless of position in the country. Defensive Line The No. 1 priority of the Wolfpack re‑ mains five‑star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence of Wake Forest (N.C.) High, the nation's No. 3 overall player in the 2016 class according to The 6‑4, 340‑pounder visited NCSU for each of its first three home games as an unofficial visi‑ tor and was expected to be at the Clemson contest.

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