NC State made its move with Culler when they hosted him for an unofficial visit for the 2013 Kay Yow Spring Game.
"I had a great time," said Culler. "We went up there and had a chance to talk with the coaches a lot. I was able to see their defense and how it works.
"I went up with my dad... he loved it. He said the new coaching staff at NC State is great."
Culler, a three-year starter at middle linebacker for Laney High School, had 130+ tackles as a junior, earning all-conference and Mid-Eastern Defensive Player of the Year honors.
The 6-foot-4, 230-pounder picked NC State over offers from North Carolina, Duke, Virginia, and East Carolina.
He is NC State's fourth commitment in the 2014 class, as he joins Upper Marlboro (MD) Wise tight end Micah Till, Charlotte (NC) Christian wideout Bo Hines, and Charlotte (NC) Christian athlete Garrett Bradbury.
Pack Pride will have more on Culler's decision in the near future so stay tuned!