NC State is looking to add quality depth with its 2011 recruiting class after inking an elite 2010 three-man class. The Wolfpack already has a commitment from Raleigh (NC) Word of God center Joseph Uchebo.
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2011 and 2012 prospects are listed according to their interest through media outlets, various sources, etc... The 2012 list also includes additional potential prospects who either have or could emerge as legitimate NC State targets. We will update this board throughout the recruiting year when new information is reported.
NOTE: With Joseph Uchebo in the fold, NC State currently has four scholarships available to use on the 2011 recruiting class. Look for the Wolfpack to potentially save a couple of scholarships for 2012 because C.J. Williams will be State's only senior in 2011-2012.
2011 Commitments NC State already holds a commitment from one talented prospect in the 2011 class.
A native of Nigeria, Uchebo has only played the game a few years but has a lot of upside.
He committed to NC State in November of 2009 and has re-classified to the 2011 class after transferring to Word of God.
He's currently ranked a four-star prospect and the No. 9 center in the country by Scout.com.
2011 Targets NC State has reportedly offered a few uncommitted prospects in the 2011 class who are expressing mutual interest.
SF Tyler Harris  Hometown: Dix Hills, NY High School: Half Hollow Hills West Vitals: 6-8/180
The younger brother of Tennessee incoming freshman Tobias Harris, Tyler has decided to be a member of the 2011 class after adding strength and showing improvement this spring.
He has already taken official visits to NC State, Iowa, and Providence, and he will be visiting St. John's in the near future.
Harris indicated on Thursday night that he will be making a decision in the next couple of weeks.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State (offer), Iowa, St. John's, and Providence
PG DeAndre Daniels  Hometown: Woodland Hills, CA High School: IMG Academy Vitals: 6-8/190
Daniels has seen his recruitment take several turns over the past year. An early verbal commitment to Texas, he backed out of the commitment in the summer and even considered becoming a member of the 2010 class before leaving his home for IMG Academy.
NC State assistant Larry Harris is recruiting Daniels for the Wolfpack. Daniels is currently wide open and looking to make a decision in the spring.
He's currently rated the No. 9 power forward in the country by Scout.com.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State (offer), Florida, Baylor, USC, UCLA, Washington, Texas, Arizona State, UCLA, Kentucky, and Memphis among others
C Desmond Hubert  Hometown: New Egypt, NJ High School: New Egypt High School Vitals: 6-9/195
A stud on the defensive end of the floor, Hubert is raw and still developing offensively. However, he has a high upside and could contribute right away as a shotblocker.
He has unofficially visited NC State and is considering the Wolfpack along with several other ACC programs and Villanova.
He's currently rated the No. 12 center in the country by Scout.com.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State (offer), Villanova, Wake Forest, and Maryland among others
F Christian Garrett [NR] Hometown: Santa Ana, California School: IMG Academy Vitals: 6-5/180
Garrett has been on NC State's radar for a couple of month's as he is a teammate and close friend of Daniels, a player the Wolfpack started recruiting early in the summer.
Garrett unofficially visited NC State for the Wolfpack's Red Rally and he currently lists them as his leader. He plans on taking an official visit in January.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State, UTEP, Sam Houston State, UVA, Baylor, and Cal among others
PG Angel Rodriguez  Hometown: Miami, FL School: Dr. Krop High School Vitals: 5-11/170
In two seasons at Miami (FL) Krop Rodriguez has been one of the state's best players. As a junior he averaged 21 points per game to lead Krop to the state semifinals. For his efforts he was named first-team all-city, first-team all-state, and Miami Herald Player of the Year.
The cousin of Wolfpack point guard Javier Gonzalez, NC State assistant Monte Towe is recruiting Rodriguez.
NC State appears to be in solid shape, and Rodriguez is expected to officially visit in a couple of weeks.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State (offer), Louisville, and Kansas State
PF Alonzo Nelson-Ododa [NR] Hometown: Norcross, GA School: Norcross High School Vitals: 6-8/200
Flying under the radar, Nelson-Ododa is a player the Wolfpack coaches think has a high upside after tracking him on the AAU circuit with the Worldwide Renegades.
Still raw, he is long and athletic and is a high-character kid. He has narrowed his choices to NC State and Richmond and will make a decision in the near future. Nelson-Ododa officially visited the Wolfpack a few weeks back.
He is being recruited by Wolfpack assistant Larry Harris. Nelson-Ododa will announce his decision in the next few days.
Not much is known of Cesnulevicius, but he visited officially in September. According to sources close to the situation he does not have an offer, and he is being recruited by Pack assistant Pete Strickland.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State
F Tanner Wozniak [NR] Hometown: St. Petersburg, FL School: Keswick Christian Vitals: 6-5/180
Standout shooter recently visited for NC State's Red Rally. The Wolfpack coaches have been seriously evaluating him recently, and he could be in the mix for an offer.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State, FIU, USF, UCF among others
SF Kevin Thomas  Hometown: Creedmoor, NC School: Christian Faith Center Vitals: 6-7/190
Thomas is a hustling combo forward who earned his stripes on the AAU circuit with Grassroots Canada. He is looking to earn a firm offer from NC State
COLLEGE LIST: NC State, Marquette, Clemson
2012 Targets NC State has started to heavily pursue 2012 prospects.
PG Tyler Lewis  Hometown: Lewisville, NC High School: Forsyth Country Day Vitals: 5-11/150
NC State offered Lewis in the spring and he already holds double-digit offers.
A clever passer and efficient scorer, Lewis is proving himself against other to point guards.
He is visiting NC State next week and could be close to making a decision as the Wolfpack holds the lead.
He is currently rated the No. 9 point guard in the country by Scout.com.
COLLEGE LIST: NC State (offer), Charlotte, Miami, and UNC among others