The last NC State coaching staff offered Devin Abraham. Now he's hoping the new staff does the same.
There are early indications the new staff in Raleigh is taking an interest in Abraham.
"One of their defensive coaches came down a couple of days ago and met me," he said. "The whole (previous) coaching staff had offered and this was the first time I had met the new coaches. The last staff had offered and had been talking to me.
"From the new staff there's been some emails from the school. The recruiting guys have been saying to come to their camps and to come visit the school. That was really the first time I had talked to anybody from the new staff but they said they're going to keep evaluating me and they said they like me."
The Tarpon Springs (FL) defensive back has a solid build but a short frame and if he were a couple of inches taller his offer list would probably be two or three times as big as it is now. As it stands Abraham has offers from Iowa State, USF, Ohio, Middle Tennessee and South Alabama.
There is a chance Abraham could visit NCSU even without an offer from the Wolfpack.
"I have family up there and with schools like Wake Forest, Duke and North Carolina State all recruiting me it could be a three way visit. I think I definitely might go up there. My family isn't exactly in North Carolina but my dad is from South Carolina and we have a lot of family that way."
He has already been to USF, UCF, Georgia Tech and Duke and the East Lake athlete said he remains open to all of his options and any schools that might offer soon.
South Florida was the first school to offer the 5'7, 170 cornerback. He is rated a three star prospect by Scout.com.