All three players were rated two-star prospects by Scout.com, but NC State believes they have the potential to impact on the offensive or defensive side of the ball.
Listed as "athletes" in NC State's signing day release, Burris, Jones, and Morgan could play wide receiver or defensive back for the Wolfpack.
Juston Burris, a 6-foot-1, 185-pounder out of Raleigh's Broughton High School, helped lead the Caps to the first round of the state playoffs.
He totaled 11 touchdowns and had nearly 1,100 yards receiving at wideout, and also recorded 40 tackles and three interceptions. His stellar play led to an invitation to represent North Carolina in the 2010 Shrine Bowl.
As a junior, Burris totaled 86 tackles and two interceptions while returning two kicks for touchdowns.
NC State's first commitment in the 2011 class, Burris grew up a huge Wolfpack fan and picked the Pack over Maryland early in the process.
Hakim Jones starred at wideout and safety for Henderson (NC) Southern Vance High School.
The 6-foot-2, 190-pounder was named 3-A player of the year as a senior, collecting 74 tackles (44 solos), seven interceptions, and 28 pass breakups defensively. He also grabbed 31 passes for 500 yards and five scores while returning two punts for touchdowns.
Jones flew under the radar as a recruit, eventually selecting the Wolfpack over Marshall. Like Burris, he grew up a State fan, as his older brother, Ernest, lettered for the Wolfpack under Chuck Amato and Tom O'Brien.
An explosive athlete, Jones has been timed in the 4.4 range in the 40-yard dash and boasts a 41-inch vertical leap.
While Jones and Burris are both terrific athletes, Maurice Morgan is arguably the best of the entire class.
Morgan attended North Lenoir High School in La Grange, North Carolina, and very few recruiters ventured into the school. In fact, he was only recruited by NC State (offer), North Carolina, and East Carolina (offer).
He attended the Wolfpack's camp over the summer and earned a scholarship offer by displaying his outstanding physical attributes. Checking in at 6-foot-2 and 215 pounds, Morgan consistently runs in the 4.3 range... ripping off a 4.38 40 at a Shrine Bowl combine last spring.
Morgan played tailback, wide receiver, safety, and kick returner for North Lenior, and is a three-sport star, excelling in track and basketball as well as football.
He has the potential to get looks at a variety of positions for NC State... running back, wide receiver, safety, or even linebacker.