Pam Hoping For Wolfpack Offer

Blythewood (SC) cornerback Khris Pam visited State recently and is hoping for a Wolfpack offer.

A trio of schools stand out to Blythewood (SC) CB/WR Khris Pam and he could have offers coming soon.

Late last football season Pam traveled to Louisville (KY) to watch one of the football games in Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium. That visit and all the talk between the Cardinal coaches and Pam has led to Louisville securing a spot as a school of interest.

Louisville is one of Pam’s favorites but he said NC State and Wake Forest are even with them in his top three. Pam has been to Louisville but he has been to NC State four times already. He watched in Carter-Finley as the Wolfpack topped Old Dominion and Presbyterian and he was at the Florida State game, too.

Pam was at NC State’s big Saturday for juniors a little over a week ago. Some of the players there had offers. Pam did not. He has visited as much as most anyone there and the coaches are inviting him to the campus time and again because they believe he could be an offer guy later. Safety Freddie Phillips has already enrolled at NC State and Jarius Morehead is the only other defensive back commit from NC State’s 2015 mclass. Cornerback will be a position the coaching staff heavily recruits next year.

“Coach Kitchings and Coach Barlow like me a lot. Coach Barlow invited me back up there for the spring so I’ll go then. They like what they’ve seen. He’s talking about how he can’t wait to have me back up there. He said I’d look good in white and red playing for him.”

That sounds good to Pam. He can’t seem to get enough of NC State and he blazes a regular trail from Blythewood to Raleigh. Imagine how high his interest would rise if the Pack offers.

“Coach Kitchings and Coach Barlow motivate me a lot to go harder so I can get offered. Me and my parents love North Carolina State. I love it a lot because they coaches show a lot. They inspire me to do better every day. They inspire me to want to not settle for less.”

Pam had a lot of time to talk to Kitchings and Barlow at junior day. They talked to his mother and helped take them on a tour of the football facilities. They toured the campus with an emphasis on the apartments for the football players.

Upon returning to their base where they arrived for the Junior Day Pam and the other recruits had meetings with position coaches and then tried on jerseys. That was a chance to imagine what it would be like to wear that red and white as Barlow had suggested he would like for Pam to.

“The athletic director was there too and talked to us for a good minute. It was a good trip. I had a top ten but now I feel good saying I have a top three. They’re in my top three so far.”

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