Player tracker

North Carolina State

City: Raleigh, NC

Web site: http://www.gopack.com/

Conference: ACC

 

Players being tracked:

NameRating Ht./Wt. High School PositionColleges Considering
Chris Ward A- 6'0"/170 Starr's Mill High School Kicker North Carolina State
David Wilson A- 5'10"/180 George Washington High School (VA) Running back Georgia Tech, Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, Virginia and Virginia Tech
Dean Haynes B+ 6'0"/180 Northwest Whitfield High School Defensive back North Carolina State
Deion Roberson A- 6'3"/265 Tucker High School Defensive tackle Duke, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Iowa State, Memphis, Michigan State and North Carolina State
Emmanuel Lartey B- 5'11"/170 Banneker High School Cornerback Arkansas, Louisville, Maryland, North Carolina State and West Virginia
Everett Proctor B+ 6'2"/190 Jack Britt High School (NC) Quarterback North Carolina State
Hawatha Bell None 6'1"/225 Butler High School (NC) Linebacker Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest
Jheranie Boyd A 6'3"/185 Ashbrook High School (NC) Wide receiver Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oklahoma and Oregon
Quinton Washington None 6'3"/315 Timberland High School (SC) Offensive guard Alabama, Clemson, Maryland, Miami, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Tennessee
Rashard Smith A+ 5'10"/180 Dublin High School Athlete Alabama-Birmingham, Auburn, Georgia Southern, North Carolina State and Vanderbilt
Reginald Bryant B 6'0"/215 Cairo High School Running back Alabama-Birmingham, Georgia Tech, Louisville, Middle Tennessee State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State and South Florida
Robbie Godhigh B 5'7"/185 Harrison High School Running back Alabama, Furman, Georgia Tech, Louisville and North Carolina State
Rodriguez Price B- 5'9"/180 Creekside High School Cornerback Akron, Army, Georgia Tech, Louisville and North Carolina State
Sam Montgomery None 6'4"/230 Greenwood High School (SC) Defensive end Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Florida, Florida State, Miami, Michigan, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Oregon, South Carolina, Southern California and Tennessee
Terry Shankle None 5'10"/170 South Stanley High School (NC) Defensive back Alabama, Clemson, Florida, North Carolina, North Carolina State and Tennessee
Xavier Nixon None 6'7"/270 Jack Britt High School (NC) Offensive tackle Clemson, Florida, Louisiana State, Miami, North Carolina, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, South Carolina and West Virginia

Updates


Cartersville’s Alexander to visit Louisville

9:26 p.m. Thursday, October 9, 2008

Cartersville’s Morgan Alexander has scheduled an official visit to <b>Louisville </b>on Nov. 22, when the Cardinals host West Virginia. Louisville is one of four schools that have extended scholarship offers to Alexander. The others are Arkansas, Indiana and South Carolina State. Coaches from North Carolina State met with Alexander at Cartersville last week and told him that they would be offering soon. Additionally, Tennessee and Clemson have begun recruiting Alexander, who has seven touchdowns in three games this season — five rushing, one receiving and one 91-yard kickoff return. “I haven’t started to narrow down my list yet, but I know I need to,” Alexander said. “I’ll probably start doing some research on the [internet] on each school, to see what they have to offer.” Alexander said he likely will take official visits to Arkansas and Indiana. He’ll take unofficial visits to the other schools, including Tennessee on Saturday, where he will watch the Vols host Florida. “I’ve been in that atmosphere before. I went to see them play Georgia last year,” Alexander said of the scene at Neyland Stadium. “It will be exciting for me. Like a fat kid in a candy store.”

Tucker DL Roberson still in a cast

2:04 p.m. Monday, October 6, 2008

Injured Tucker defensive lineman Deion Roberson still has a cast on his injured left ankle and won’t begin his rehab for a few weeks. Roberson said he was due last week to have a walking boot put on the ankle that he severely dislocated during the second play of the season, but couldn’t be fitted for one. He said his size 15 foot was the problem. “They didn’t have my size,” he said. Roberson’s next doctor’s appointment is Oct. 20, he said, and by that time he hopes to be completely off crutches. “I was looking forward to the boot, but I guess things happen,” he said. Roberson said he has scheduled an official visit Nov. 22 to Louisville. He also said he has heard from three new schools (Kentucky, UCLA, Rutgers), but there were no offers. The 6-foot-3, 258 pound senior says he has had offers from North Carolina State, Memphis, Duke, Iowa State, Georgia Southern and South Alabama. As for returning to the field for Tucker this season, Roberson still hopes to play sometime during the playoffs.

Road Trip: Northview junior DT McCoy to visit Athens

11:15 p.m. Thursday, September 25, 2008

He didn’t grow up a Georgia fan, but Northview junior defensive tackle Denzel McCoy is still hoping for a scholarship offer from the Bulldogs. “Georgia is a great school and it’s close to home,” said McCoy, who will be at Sanford Stadium Saturday night to watch the Dogs play Alabama. “They offer a great education and have a winning program.” McCoy, who attended Saturday’s Mississippi State-Georgia Tech game in Atlanta, was born in North Carolina. He moved to Georgia during the second grade after calling Florida home for a brief period of time. The 6-foot-4, 270-pound lineman picked up a scholarship offer from Oregon earlier today. He already had offers from Alabama, Duke, Georgia Tech, Memphis, North Carolina, N.C. State, Penn State, Stanford, Vanderbilt and West Virginia. He’s eager to see if the Dogs will make their move this weekend when he attends the highly-anticipated SEC contest along with his parents. “I’d say it’s 50-50 that Georgia will offer me on Saturday,” said McCoy, who is being recruited by Bulldogs assistant coach Rodney Garner. “Hopefully, they will. I’ve been receiving a lot of e-mails and mail from them.”

UGA shows interest in Tucker's Roberson despite possible season-ending injury

11:57 p.m. Monday, September 22, 2008

Tucker defensive lineman Deion Roberson has been on crutches since injuring his ankle on the second play of the season. He was expected to have the cast taken off the left ankle Monday and have it replaced with a walkable boot. Tucker coach Franklin Stephens called Roberson “out for the season” last week. The 6-foot-3, 258-pound defensive lineman says he’s hoping to play again this season, provided Tucker makes a playoff run. “I’m hoping by maybe second or third round,” he said. He has been invited to this weekend’s Georgia-Alabama game in Athens. “I might go. It’s my birthday,” he said. Roberson said he talked to Georgia recruiting coordinator Rodney Garner last week after he was invited to the game. “He heard about the injury and just told me to keep a good mindset,” Roberson said. “He also said they’re still looking at me.” Roberson said it has been difficult to watch from the sidelines as top-ranked (Class AAAA) Tucker has built a 4-0 record. He’ll miss big region games against rivals Marist this week and Chamblee on Oct. 17. “I’m just keeping a positive mindset and trying not to think of the negatives,” he said, Roberson has been offered by North Carolina State, Memphis, Duke, Iowa State, Georgia Southern and South Alabama

ACC program offers Cartersville RB Alexander

10:47 p.m. Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Cartersville’s Morgan Alexander collected his fourth scholarship offer just over a week ago. “I picked up an offer from N.C. State a week ago Friday,” said Alexander, who is considered the 107th-best running back in the nation by Scout.com. “I already had offers from Louisville, Arkansas and Indiana.” The 5-foot-11, 170-pound Alexander, who runs the 40 in 4.46 seconds, said Louisville and N.C. State are recruiting him the hardest. “They’re both calling a lot,” he said. “And N.C. State said they plan on sending some coaches to see me play.” Alexander is also being evaluated by a pair of programs whose school colors is predominately orange. “I’m being recruited by Clemson and Tennessee,” he said. Cartersville, which is ranked No. 10 in Class AAA, hosts the No. 3 program in Class AA, Westminster, on Friday.

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