Hegedus Still Strong With The Wolfpack

Charlie Hegedus talks about his commitment to North Carolina State, what other schools are still recruiting him, and more here.

"As of now I'm 100 percent to North Carolina State," Charlie Hegedus told Scout.

The 6-foot-2, 190 pound receiver out of Marietta (GA) Lassiter committed to the Wolfpack late in July and he chose N.C. State for many reasons.

"I committed to the because I loved all of the coaches and it just felt like home. I also like how they run an offense that likes to pass the ball a lot and that was a big part in committing to them too. Another factor was I'm really good friends with Niles Clark and Camden Wentz (both from Lassiter)."

Not all schools have given up completely just yet though according to Hegedus.

"Georgia and Auburn are the two schools that will be watching me this fall. Both seem very interested and could offer by the end of the season."

If those two offer, then he could visit them officially. He only knows of one official visit now though, but he does not have that one set yet.

"I will take one to N.C. State some time during the season, but I am not sure when yet. I would also like to take one to Georgia and Auburn depending if they offer me or not."

Right now, Hegedus is strong to Tom O'Brien's club and if he signs with the Wolfpack, then they will be getting a good wide receiver.

"I will take great speed and hands and just the ability to make things happen," he said about his ability on the next level. "I make big plays when the pressure is on and can change the momentum of a game very fast. I fight for every ball thrown to me and almost never lose the battle of getting it."

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