Pack Pride's Basketball Recruiting Board

NC State is looking to add quality depth with its 2013 recruiting class after inking an elite class in 2012. The Wolfpack will have at least five scholarships available and could be looking to recruit a full class.

The Pack Pride Basketball Recruiting Board is in no way connected with the NC State coaching staff. This board is for our readers to remain updated with the recruitment of players who have shown an interest in NC State and/or received interest from the Wolfpack.

2013 and 2014 prospects are listed according to their interest through media outlets, various sources, etc... The 2014 list includes 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.

2013 Targets
NC State has at least five scholarships available and could be looking to recruit a full class.

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Quick Take: One of the top post prospects in the 2013 class, Randle is an aggressive low post scorer but also a willing passer and playmaker.

His recruitment is expected to drag out, and all the heavy hitters are involved. Randle maintains that he is wide open, but NC State is in the mix.

He has already taken an unofficial visit, and he is close friends with Wolfpack signee Rodney Purvis. Wolfpack assistant Orlando Early and head coach Mark Gottfried are heading up his recruitment.

Randle is rated the No. 1 power forward in the 2013 class by Scout.com.

Recruiting: NC State, Duke, North Carolina, Kansas, Texas, Kentucky, SMU, and Baylor

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Quick Take: A wide bodied big man, Kennedy Meeks anchors down in the paint and owns his area. He rebounds the ball quite well and aggressively hits the glass looking to snag every board in sight.

North Carolina has offered and the Heels are considered to be a major player. NC State, Georgetown, and Maryland have also offered.

Meeks is rated the No. 3 center in the 2013 class by Scout.com.

Recruiting: North Carolina, NC State, Georgetown, and Maryland

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Quick Take: Rising big-man has played well this spring and additional offers have come his way.

Woodson is being recruited by Wolfpack assistant Rob Moxley.

"I like NC State," said Woodson. "They have a good coaching staff. They are coming at me really hard

Rated the No. 4 center in the 2013 recruiting class, Woodson will be participating in the NBPA Camp.

Recruiting: NC State, Baylor, Oklahoma, Louisville, and TCU

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Quick Take: An explosive shooting guard, he is known for his perimeter shooting but also his ability to score off the dribble and create for his teammates. He is currently ranked the No. 12 shooting guard in the 2013 class and a four-star recruit, and his ranking could rise given his recent play.

"I'm shooting the ball well and getting to the basket, but I'm also trying to keep everyone involved," he said. "I feel like I've been playing very well, but I just want to keep it up.

"I strive to be one of the top players in my class. I feel like I am, and that's what I've been working hard for."

Rathan-Mayes has visited NC State from his time at Creedmoor Christian (NC) and is seriously considering the Wolfpack among others.

Recruiting: NC State, UCONN, Illinois, Marquette, Oregon, and UCLA

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Quick Take: Known for his shooting ability, Cameron is one of the top shooting big-men in the 2013 recruiting class.

He has been lighting it up from deep on the EYBL, and his shooting proficiency has led to several offers.

Cameron hopes to visit the Wolfpack in the near future.

Recruiting: NC State, Villanova, Seton Hall, USC, West Virginia, Florida, Miami, Cincinnati, Xavier, DePaul, Rutgers, Providence, and Northwestern

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Quick Take: Anya is being recruited by virtually everybody.

A true old school center, Anya is comfortable in the paint and likes to throw his body around down low. Anya is a good rebounder and is very strong. He has extremely long arms which makes up for being a little bit short.

He is considering NC State and several other programs. Anya is rated the No. 2 center in the 2013 class.

Recruiting: NC State, Florida, Georgetown, Indiana, Kansas, Louisville, Maryland, UCLA, Texs, and Syracuse among others

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Quick Take: One of the go-to players for Team Takeover, Hart is being heavily recruited by Wolfpack assistant Rob Moxley.

An athletic wing, Hart boards and defends well and can attack the basket.

He is considering several programs with the Wolfpack in the mix.

Recruiting: NC State, George Washington, Marquette, San Diego State, Penn State, and Georgetown

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Quick Take: In a class that lacks quality depth at the guard positions, Miles has emerged as a major target for the Wolfpack.

A 6-foot-2 guard capable of creating for others or scoring on his own, Miles has a strong body and can finish at the rim but also has developed a consistent jumpshot.

"I can score the ball very well, and I can handle it too," said Miles. "I'm also a tough player. Another player isn't going to chump me on the court.. I won't let that happen.

"Weaknesses... I can always improve my game and shot decisions."

NC State and several others will continue to monitor his progress this summer.

Recruiting: Maryland, Virginia, Washington, NC State, Colorado State, Oklahoma State, Tennessee, UCF, South Florida, Nebraska, Virginia Tech, and Miami

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Quick Take: An unknown, we'll get our first look at Mohamed Djitte this weekend at the NBPA Camp.

From what we've been told, he's strong defensively and on the boards, but is a work in progress offensively.

According to sources, NC State is seriously evaluating Mohamed Djitte.

Recruiting: NC State, Missouri, Coastal Carolina, and VCU

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Quick Take: Clark is a talented offensive player who plays on the AAU circuit with the Georgia Stars, despite attending high school in North Carolina.

He is athletic, aggressive, and a very good playmaker who has some combo guard skills.

Recruiting: NC State, Providence, Memphis, Miami, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, and Marquette

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Quick Take: Lee has started to land several high-major scholarship offers.

At this stage of his career, Lee specializes as a shot blocker and rebounder. Offensively he's raw and will have to work on his footwork, post moves and continue to grow comfortable with his left hand.

NC State has extended a scholarship offer.

Lee is rated the No. 5 center in the 2013 class by Scout.com.

Recruiting: NC State, Duke, Arizona, UCLA, Cal, Florida, and Louisville among others

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Quick Take: Outlaw is flying under the radar, but NC State is evaluating the talented prospect. An all-state selection, the Roxboro (NC) Person standout averaged 22.8 points, 14.8 rebounds, 4.9 blocks and 4.1 assists as a junior.

At his best attacking the basket, Outlaw has started to extend his range and game, and colleges have taken notice.

He is the son of former Person star Tyrone Outlaw, who was the state's top player in 1995 when he signed with NC State, but failed to qualify academically.

The younger Outlaw is an exceptional student.

Recruiting: NC State, Duke, Harvard, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Murray State among others

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Quick Take: A standout for Raleigh (NC) Broughton, Graham is manning the point for Garner Road and turning heads with his play. Scout's Brian Snow recently caught him in action.

"Graham is known mostly as a shooter, but he also did some stuff of the dribble," said Snow. "He has pretty good size in the backcourt and shows a good idea of how to play. Not the most athletic, Graham has a pure release on his jumper and made several big plays during the Garner Road comeback. He could be someone who attracts high-major looks before it is all said and done."

A teammate of Outlaw, Graham is being evaluated by the Wolfpack.

Recruiting: NC State, Radford, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech among others


2014 Prospects To Watch
Here are some 2014 standouts to keep an eye on. Several have already earned offers from NC State.

Caleb Martin G/F Davie County (Mocksville, NC) 6'7/180
State is all over Caleb and his brother Cody. Caleb is one of the state's top prospects. Caleb Martin Profile
Cody Martin G/F Davie County (Mocksville, NC) 6'7/180
Rated the No. 11 small forward in the 2014 recruiting class. Cody Martin Profile
Theo Pinson G Wesleyan Academy (High Point, NC) 6'5/170
A five-star prospect, Pinson already claims an offer from NC State. Theo Pinson Profile
Jalen Lindsay SF Christ Pres. Academy (Nashville, TN) 6'6/180
NC State was one of the first schools to offer Lindsay, an explosive wing. Jalen Lindsay Profile
Dwayne Morgan PF Baltimore City (Baltimore, MD) 6'8/205
Morgan seems to be picking up scholarship offers daily. Dwayne Morgan Profile
Ray Kasongo PF East Ridge (Lick Creek, KY) 6'8/235
Kasongo is a bruiser in the post who already holds offers from programs like Arizona and DePaul. Ray Kasongo Profile
Allen Costley SG St. Francis (Baltimore, MD) 6'3/180
Costley, who is being recruited by Rob Moxley, is one of the top, young players in the DC area.
L.J. Peak G Gaffney (SC) 6'4/180
An explosive scorer, Peak is one of 2014's finest. L.J. Peak Profile
Andre Walker C Bullis School (Potomac, MD) 6'10/210
He's rising up the radar... can impact on both ends. Andre Walker Profile
Che Bob SG Kennedy Charter (Charlotte, NC) 6'4/195
An explosive, physical talent on the wing. Che Bob Profile
Gary Clark F Clayton (Clayton, NC) 6'4/170
Local standout has taken multiple visits to NC State. Gary Clark Profile
John Crosby PG Poly (Baltimore, MD) 6'3/190
Crosby has played strong this spring for Team Melo and is hearing from several programs... visited NC State and UNC this week.
Parker Jackson-Cartwright PG Loyola (Los Angeles, CA) 5'8/150
California PG already holds an offer from NC State. Parker Jackson-Cartwright Profile
Shelton Mitchell PG Cuthbertson (Waxhaw, NC) 6'1/165
Extremely talented floor general who could be a national recruit. Shelton Mitchell Profile


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