#PACK15 Commitments In Action

Pack Pride recaps how NC State's class of 2015 commitments performed in last week's action.

Pack Pride recaps how NC State's commitments fared in last Friday's action.

LB James Smith-Williams (Millbrook High School)- Millbrook defeated Jack Britt 43-35 and will play Richmond County in the second round of the playoffs.

LB Riley Nicholson (Osceola High School)- Nicholson totaled 13 tackles, a forced fumble and three pass breakups while helping Osceola to a 35-7 win over Bartow in the first round of the playoffs.

DT Quentez Johnson (Cedar Grove High School)- defeated Westside-Augusta 45-7 to move on to the second round of the playoffs.

S Jarius Morehead (Eastern Guilford High School)- Morehead rushed nine times for 22 yards and completed just 1 of 11 passes for 13 yards as Eastern Alamance's season ended in a 45-6 loss to Terry Sanford.

QB Austin King (Alpharetta High School)- King completed 18 of 34 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns as Alpharetta defeated Cherokee 21-18.

S Freddie Phillips (Pelion High School)- season ended

WR Brian Sessoms (Carver High School)- Sessoms had a 44 yard touchdown reception and an 88 yard kickoff return for a score as Carver beat Hendersonville 62-31. Sessoms totaled three catches for 98 yards in the game.

OL Philip Walton (Charlotte Christian)- Charlotte Christian defeated Charlotte Latin 28-21 to advance to the second round of the playoffs.

DE Malik Douglas (South Brunswick High School)- Douglas did not play in South Brunswick's 49-18 loss to Eastern Alamance in the opening round of the playoffs.

LS Tyler Griffiths (Sun Valley High School)- Griffiths had eight tackles as Sun Valley lost to Statesville 21-20 to finish the season at 6-6.

OL T.J. McCoy (South Lake High School)- South Lake lost to Mainland 42-7 and finishes the season with an 8-3 record.

RB Reggie Gallaspy (Southern Guilford)- Gallaspy rushed 23 times for 322 yards and four touchdowns to help Southern defeat Aycock 56-13.

DE Darian Roseboro (Lincolnton)-Roseboro had 11 carries for just 45 yards but tallied four touchdowns as Lincolnton defeated Newton-Conover 48-14 to advance to the second round of the playoffs.

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