Tigers still on top

North Carolina State sent Coach Frisman Jackson into Carver High School in Columbus, Ga. Monday and he did not leave before offering a top sophomore...

Entering this week, Jawon Pass had scholarship offers from Clemson, Mississippi State, and North Carolina.

On Monday, he added his fourth offer.

It came from North Carolina State.

"Coach [Frisman] Jackson (Wide receivers) stopped by the school and he offered me this time," said Pass. "He has been to the school before and we have talked in the past, so I knew he was interested in me. He likes my size, my arm strength, and my film. He just let me know that I have an offer from N.C. State now."

Pass, a 6-foot-5, 190 pound sophomore does not know much about the Wolfpack yet, but he does like Coach Jackson.

N.C. State plays in the ACC in it is another ACC school that leads for Pass right now.

"My top school is Clemson. I like the coaches, the offense, and the atmosphere there. I really like Coach [Dabo] Swinney, Coach [Chad] Morris, and the offense they run."

He visited Clemson for the Florida State game and despite the loss, the Tigers impressed him.

Another Tigers has impressed Pass this fall too and he hopes an offer comes soon.

"I have been to Auburn to see them play Alabama, Georgia, and Washington State this season. The last two games have been crazy and I really want an offer from Auburn.

"I was down in the end zone both times they won at the end against Alabama and Georgia, so I saw it up close. I got out on the field Saturday after the Alabama game and I couldn't get out. It was crazy.

"I like the offense and how Auburn plays."

Georgia is an in-state school and the talented 2016 signal caller would like an offer from the Dawgs too.

If a school really wants to land Pass though, it will likely take an offer to his brother Khane Pass. N.C. State did that too on Monday.

"Me and Khane will likely go to the same school," said Pass. "We have the same four offers, the same schools are recruiting us, and we would like to play together in college. I would say it will most likely happen for us."

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