Pack Latest to Offer Moody

NC State jumps into the mix for Conway (SC) athlete Mykal Moody. Pack Pride has the latest on his recruitment and where he plans to visit this summer.

NC State is Mykal Moody's most recent offer and the Palmetto State's rising senior is high on the Wolfpack.

Moody, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound athlete from Conway (S.C.), told Pack Pride that he's been talking to NC State's coaches for the past month or two before the offer came in just last week.

"I'm talking to the running backs coach and the secondary coach," Moody explained.

In fact, Moody has already been to NC State once, He was on hand for the Wolfpack's demolition of the Clemson Tigers last year in Carter-Finley Stadium.

"I haven't been on a tour or anything but I went to their game against Clemson last year," he recalled. "I did get to see the locker room and things like that.

"I thought the atmosphere and everything was great. It was loud. They got the game real exciting. It was just a good atmosphere to be around. It made you feel like you wanted to get out there and play."

NC State's coaches have told Moody he could do any number of things on the field for them should he choose the Pack. They have mentioned corner, slot receiver or even a return man on special teams.

"I've been telling a lot of people recruiting me lately that I just want to come in and play wherever the team needs me," he said. "Whatever I can do to help the team. If they need me to play both sides I can do that."

Moody said he wants to try to visit Clemson, South Carolina and NC State this summer. He also wants to attend at least a couple of camps, and his coach has even mentioned the possibility of making it out to Oregon.

So far NC State, Kentucky and Ole Miss are the three schools that have offered while Clemson's coaches have told him they're just waiting on his SAT scores.

Moody said he doesn't have any favorites yet. His timetable is totally up in the air for one reason in particular.

"I'm still not sure yet if I'm going to stay and play basketball or try to graduate early," he said.

Lining up at quarterback for Conway, Moody passed for close to 1,500 yards and rushed for 1,400 yards as a junior.

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