Mollette Takes in Wolfpack Junior Day

Randleman (NC) wideout Juval Mollette is one of North Carolina's top rising senior prospects.

Randleman's Juval Mollette has as much potential as almost any  player in the state so Wolfpack head coach Dave Doeren must've been happy to see him at NC State last week for Junior Day.
 
More than anything the visit was about getting to know the campus and what it would be like to live as a student-athlete for the Pack. There were a lot of other big recruits in attendance, partly because of Tom Lemming's annual photo shoot which matched up again with the Junior Day put on by the coaches.
 
Mollette spent most of his time touring around the school.
 
"I mostly got to explore the campus and talk to the coaches. I got to see some things I hadn't seen before so it was really nice. It was kind of similar to other places. I had been to Carolina, Duke and a bunch of places. But it was different, too. I talked to Coach Doeren, Coach White and Coach Jackson and they were telling me they were glad I was able to make it up there."
 
One of the things the coaches talked about with all of the recruits is their vision for the offense and what they want to do to move the ball and put points on the board. They made the case to Mollette that they want to spread teams out and distribute the ball to a wide variety of players.
 
The 6-4 receiver is capable of making a lot of plays downfield and Mollette's catching ability has helped establish him as one of the state's elite player.
 
"They were talking about getting the ball out and throwing it more so that was good to hear."
 
Mollette said he enjoyed getting to know some of the other best players from North Carolina but he hasn't gotten to know any of the players already at NCSU yet. He hopes that happens later.
 
The Randleman product wants to start eliminating some schools by the middle part of the summer but he wants to take more college visits before then and for now he said no schools stand out.

Mollette currently holds offers from NC State, UNC, Clemson, Tennessee, Ohio State and Virginia Tech among others. He is rated a three-star prospect and the No. 38 wide receiver in the nation by Scout.com.

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