"I thought I did well," said Roane. "Actually, after the camp they offered me a scholarship.
"Our talk went great. The coaches said I performed well and they like the way I move and did during one-on-ones."
Checking in at 6-foot-6 and 290 pounds, Roane posted a 5.43 in the 40-yard dash and was very good in drills. His size is certainly a plus and he has very long arms, which is a trait you look for in a prospect being recruited to play offensive tackle.
"I've been improving," said Roane. "I feel like I had a good junior year, but you can always get better. For me, I know I need to get stronger."
What did the NC State coaches tell him about the scholarships available along the offensive line?
"Well, I know they are going to try and sign three offensive tackles," Roane said. "I just got an offer from them and I think they are hoping I make a decision sometime very soon."
Roane also holds offers from Old Dominion and North Carolina A&T. He says a decision could be coming in the near future.
"Well, my leader is State," he stated. "They have an outstanding engineering program and the facilities are amazing. Plus, they put a lot of linemen in the NFL which is appealing.
"I'm going to go home and think about it... talk it over with my parents. After I do that I'm going to give coach Bridge, the offensive line coach and my recruiting coach, a call."