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November 2015 Issue

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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NOVEMBER 2015 ■ 133 ■ FOOTBALL RECRUITING ton (Va.) Centreville High. He was offered after camping over the summer. Califor- nia, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Virginia are among his other favorites, and all have offered. Linebacker Four-star linebacker Elysee Mbem- Bosse from Ellenwood (Ga.) Cedar Grove High is the type of player that the Pack would make room for despite having filled up their allotment at the position in the 2016 class. Mbem-Bosse officially visited NC State Oct. 2 for the weekend of the Louisville game. "I would say very high," he answered when asked where NCSU stood on his list of prospective schools. Mbem-Bosse hopes to graduate early from high school, and he has said he is also considering offers from Auburn, Missis- sippi, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Wake For- est, among others. The 6-2, 228-pounder is ranked as the No. 7 inside linebacker and No. 173 overall prospect in the country. Defensive Back Four prospects on the defensive backs board were expected to visit for Halloween, including two on official visits. Three-star Henry Miller from Kissim- mee (Fla.) Gateway High has rushed 71 times for 580 yards and 12 touchdowns, and piled up 22 tackles, one pass broken up and two blocked field goals through eight games this season. lists the 6-3, 195-pounder as the No. 52 cornerback na- tionally in the senior class. Miller took an official visit to Rutgers Oct. 23, and is also high on Mississippi State, West Virginia and Wisconsin, all of which have offered. Miller's friend, three-star Carlos Becker from city rival Osceola High, was also supposed to officially visit NC State that weekend. Becker (6-3, 180 pounds) has listed NC State and Kentucky as his two favorites, and has also officially visited Wisconsin (Sept. 25). Unofficial anticipated visitors were three-stars Nick McCloud from Rock Hill (S.C.) South Pointe and Isaiah Stallings from Fayetteville (N.C.) Terry Sanford. McCloud (6-2, 170 pounds) has been offered by NC State, Vanderbilt and West Virginia, and those three along with North- western are his favorites. He could play corner or safety in college. lists him as the No. 19 prospect in South Caro- lina's senior class. Stallings (6-4, 200 pounds) has 94 tack- les, four interceptions and five passes bro- ken up through his first 10 games this year. ® ® Benjamin Franklin, one of our Founding Fathers wrote, "wealth is not his that has it, but his that enjoys it." With this thought, we encourage our clients to enjoy the wealth they worked so hard to build. In the end, true wealth is not about money, but about the experiences we share with those we love. As an independent financial advisor firm, we can help you craft a customized plan centered on what is important to you. Contact us today to learn how our team of experts can help you pursue your financial goals and help you live team of experts can help you pursue your financial goals and help you live richly. After all, you've earned it. Securities and Advisory services offered through Commonwealth Financial Network, Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Jim Trull, Wealth Manager, AIF , CFP Member, Wolfpack Club 1255 Crescent Green, Suite 440 Cary, NC 27518 | 919-463-0018 Supplier of high quality warm season turf for golf courses, athletic fields and residential lawns since 1985. Varieties include: • Bermudas • Centipede • St Augustine • Zoysias 1-866-259-3064 Burgaw, NC "Let us help you create your lawn, fairway or field of dreams!" A Charter Partner of the Lonnie Poole Golf Course and a major sod supplier during construction. Quality Turf, Inc. Alfred Wooten, Turfgrass Management Class of '77 in a field of Empire Zoysia ready for harvest. Go Pack!

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