N.C. State now has one less school to compete with for Kentavius Street.
At one time back in the spring when the Wolfpack jumped out in front, it looked like their biggest competition would be Florida State and Georgia. That hasn't been the case with UGA for some time now and FSU is now out as well.
An official visit to FSU was scheduled for this past weekend, but Street did not make it to Tallahassee.
"I no longer have interest in FSU," Street said. "I am now just interested in LSU, Ole Miss, North Carolina State, and Miami."
FSU was a childhood favorite of Street's, mainly because of his father's love for the Seminoles. The 6-foot-3, 265 pound defensive lineman grew up in Douglas, Ga., so there are a lot of FSU and UGA fans in that are.
He now resides in Greenville, N.C. and he is a star at J.H. Rose.
North Carolina State is the leader with around three months to go before signing day.
The four-star end has already visited Ole Miss officially back in October, he is scheduled to take his official visit to N.C. State in December, and the visits to LSU and Miami are set for January.
Street does not plan to make a decision until he is done with his official visits.
Scout ranks Street at the No. 16 defensive end in the country.