"When I visited the school I loved it," said Meyers. "My parents came with me, and they loved it too. The school... it was an amazing place. I knew that was where I wanted to go.
"Tony Adams was my host. He was a real cool guy, you could tell he likes it there. He knew all the players and showed me around."
Meyers, who committed to Kent State back in the summer, saw his recruitment pick up after his senior season. Programs like NC State, Florida, Wake Forest, and Charlotte all joined the mix.
At 6-foot-2 and 175 pounds, Meyers has been timed at 4.50 in the 40-yard dash and he has a big arm.
"The coaches at NC State said they love my ability to hit the target," Meyers stated. "They think my accuracy is real nice, and I can make all the throws. I'm also fast so I can make plays with my legs too, like Jacoby [Brissett] does for them now."
The Wolfpack needed to land a quarterback in the 2015 recruiting class after Austin King decommitted in December. Meyers will be just one of three scholarship quarterbacks on the roster this fall.
"It's an up-and-coming program, and I want to be a part of that," he said. "Plus, it's a great situation. I know they have Jacoby now, but hopefully after that I can fight for a starting job."
Meyers added that his parents were pleased with his final decision.
"They were behind me 100%," he said. "They were extremely happy. I think they are finally happy I'm done with my recruitment."
Will Meyers continue to take visits?
"No sir," he said. "I'm done now. I've told all the others schools that I've committed to NC State."