Sink, a long time gridiron participant, played in just two games during his junior season thanks to a broken hand.
"That's one thing that held him back recuiting-wise," FCD head coach Mark Moroz told the Winston Salem Journal. "He didn't get on the recruiting radar until his senior year."
Such a lack of attention, meant Sink was an afterthought for many programs. However, in-state coaches began flocking to FCD this season in hopes of picking up a late gem in the recruiting game. Sink had heavy interest from North Carolina and Kentucky as well as mid-major interest on the hardwood.
At Duke he projects as a tight end. He's also shown the ability to play defensive end, and long-snapper. Despite already tipping the scales at 235 pounds, Moroz says his star prospect's frame will hold an additional 30 pounds should the Blue Devils want to take a look at him on the defensive line.