With six scholarships available, the Wolfpack continues to pursue other prospects, including junior college guard Desmond Lee, who visited NC State over the weekend.
The Wolfpack will have another scholarship available for the 2014 recruiting class (Jordan Vandenberg), and two have already been offered to and accepted by Mocksville (NC) Davie County forwards Cody Martin and Caleb Martin.
Here is an updated roster of the scholarship players following the departures of C.J. Leslie and Rodney Purvis.
|Jordan Vandenberg||C||R-Sr.||Aust. Institute of Sport (Melbourne, Aust.)||7-1/264|
|Vandenberg is entering his redshirt senior season as a reserve.||Ralston Turner||G||R-Jr.||Muscle Shoales (Ala.)||6-5/209|
|Turner, a transfer from LSU, sat out the 2012-2013 season due to NCAA rules. He will compete for a starting job on the wing.|
|Tyler Lewis||PG||Soph.||Oak Hill Academy (Lewisville, N.C.)||5-11/157|
|Lewis is the early favorite to replace Lorenzo Brown at point guard.|
|T.J. Warren||F||Soph.||Brewster Academy (Durham, N.C.)||6-8/233|
|Warren had a big freshman season and could be the Pack's go-to player in the fall.|
|Anthony Barber||PG||Fr.||Hampton HS (Hampton, Va.)||6-2/165|
|A top-15 prospect in the 2013 class, Barber will compete with Tyler Lewis for the starting job at point guard.|
|BeeJay Anya||C||Fr.||DeMatha Catholic (Gaithersburg, MD)||6-9/275|
|Anya is expected to contribute right away with the departure of Richard Howell.|
|Kyle Washington||F||Fr.||Brewster Academy (Durham, N.C.)||6-9/215|
|A skilled combo forward, Washington will be able to play right away for the Wolfpack.|
Here is a look at the scholarship roster based on classes and positions. As of now, State will have five freshmen and sophomores on the team.
|PG||Tyler Lewis||Anthony Barber|
|C||Jordan Vandenberg||BeeJay Anya|