"It went good," said Ingram. "I got to meet with some of the players and see how their system works."
Ingram was intrigued by the Wolfpack's offensive system. The NC State coaches believe he fits a role that is clearly defined.
"The coaches say I can play a similar role to T.J. Warren," said Ingram. "They use him in a lot of different ways. There I could shoot over defenders or post up defenders. And, I would get out on the break and run."
Ingram was also able to check out the Wolfpack's faciltiies.
"I liked the facilities a lot," he said. "They are real nice with the arena, the new practice center, and the locker rooms."
What coach is recruiting Ingram for NC State?
"Coach Gottfried and coach Moxley," he stated. "They are both cool guys, great people. They make me feel comfortable when I'm there."
Ingram holds offers from ECU, Virginia Tech, UNC, NC State, Minnesota, and Wake Forest, and he is receiving interest from Louisville, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Virginia, Kansas, Memphis, and VCU among others.
He is still in the process of planning other visits and he has one unofficial trip set up.
"I want to go check out VCU and Louisville," he said. "Them, Virginia Tech, and Clemson. I'll also be going to Late Night With Roy over at Carolina."
Does he have a leader?
"I'm still kind of wide open," said Ingram. "I haven't knocked any schools off my list. I want to take some more visits because I'm still interested in all the schools."
Considered by many to be the state's top prospect in the 2015 class, Ingram, a 6-foot-8 wing, is turning his attention to his junior season.
"It's right around the corner," he said. "I've been doing workouts with my team and I'm ready to lead them. I want to force the issue a little bit this year."