The Wolfpacker

November 2015 Issue

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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132 ■ THE WOLFPACKER ■ FOOTBALL RECRUITING Lawrence officially visited Florida Sept. 25 and took unofficial trips before the season started to Ohio State and Clemson. He is expected to officially visit the latter Nov. 7 when they host Florida State. Law- rence also made an in-season unofficial visit to UNC and may take an official visit to Ohio State in November. Lawrence will graduate early from high school and enroll in January at the college he chooses, meaning his decision is likely to be made by mid-December. In his first seven games, Lawrence had 43 tackles, including nine for loss and seven sacks, for an undefeated Wake Forest squad that won six of its seven contests by at least 21 points and other by 13 points. NC State is in the top five for three-star defensive tackle Ben "Shug" Frazier from Buford (Ga.) High. The 6-2, 320-pounder made an official visit to NCSU Sept. 11 for the Eastern Kentucky contest. He also likes Florida, Miami, North Carolina and Southern Cal, but that was before coaching changes at USC and Miami. lists Frazier as the No. 27 defensive tackle nationally. At defensive end, NCSU expected to host four-star Amani Bledsoe from Law- rence (Kan.) High on an official visit for the Clemson game. The 6-5, 270-pounder has a top five of Missouri, NC State, Okla- homa, Oregon and UCLA. He has already visited Oregon and Oklahoma, and will travel to Missouri and UCLA in December. Bledsoe is listed as the No. 145 overall player in the country by The Pack is also in contention for Chris- tian Brooks, a 6-5, 230-pounder from Clif- GREGORY D. MILLER, CPA SANDRA A. MILLER, CPA REBECCA A. RHODES, CPA Serving the accounting needs of small businesses and individuals throughout Southeastern North Carolina since 1993. • Tax Planning and Prepara on • Accoun ng and Audi ng Services • Small Business Consul ng Wilmington, NC 265 Racine Drive 910-452-5260 Burgaw, NC 105 East Fremont Street 910-259-4644 We're Pack Proud! 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! Five-star defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence from Wake Forest (N.C.) High attended NC State's first three home games. PHOTO BY KEN MARTIN

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