This time the Wolfpack was able to host Anya officially, bringing him on campus for two days so he could interact more with the players and coaches.
"It was great," Anya said of his Wolfpack official visit. "Me and my mom were there, and they showed us a great time. We got to meet all the academic advisers, and we met with the strength coach. He told us about what all I would work on there, and he showed me all the people he has worked out."
What was the highlight of the visit for Anya?
"I would say getting to watch them practice," he said. "I got to see them practice twice and liked that a lot. It showed me how the coaches are in practice and the different things they work on.
"Probably [watching practice] and seeing the campus life. The first time I visited most of the people had left for the football game, but this time there were a lot of students there and I got to experience all of it."
NC State head coach Mark Gottfried gave one final pitch for the Wolfpack prior to the Anya leaving campus.
"We talked about how I would have the chance to play right away," said Anya. "C.J. Leslie and Richard Howell are leaving, and that would open up spots to play. I'm a hard worker, and I think I could go in there and get the job done. We also talked about how I would have good players around me... a lot of good scorers and guards."
Anya has already taken his official visit to Indiana and appears to be down to the Wolfpack and Hoosiers. While he isn't ready to name a leader, he does have a tentative date planned to announce his college decision.
"I'm leaning towards announcing at Stag Madness on November 16th," said Anya. "I'm going to sit down and talk with my parents more about it all.
"I'm looking for a chance to play early, and the place that fits me the best."
A four-star recruit, Anya is ranked the No. 4 center in the country and the No. 43 player overall in the 2013 class by Scout.com.