NC State hosted roughly 100 prospects on Saturday for their second big junior day event of the year.
Afterwards, many of those players took to social media to talk about the visit and Pack Pride recaps feedback from several of State's top targets.
NC State was the first to offer T.J. Brunson but he has since landed an offer from hometown South Carolina. Getting him on campus Saturday was important for the Wolfpack's chances.
Enjoyed my visit at Nc State ??— TJ Brunson (@_tb44) February 22, 2015
Jaquan Yulee is Scout.com's No. 1 middle linebacker for the class of 2016 and he's a major target for NC State.
Chesapeake (VA) Indian River S/LB Devon Hunter made his fifth trip to NC State and he's only a rising junior. He's already considered one of next year's top players nationally.
NC State has been aggressive in its recruiting ofthe tight end position. On Saturday they offered B.E.S.T. Academy standout Robert Tucker.
Because of limited numbers the Wolfpack is being selective on who they'll take a commitment from. One player that they'd love to add is Fredericksburg (VA) OT Josh Ball. He's become a 20 offer player of late so landing him is going to be a fight. Saturday was another step in the right direction, however.
With so much of the 2016 class already committed NC State is already working on a stable of players for 2017. One of the most important is QB Alex Faniel from Richmond (VA). He holds early offers from NC State, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Virginia Beach (VA) LB LaRonde Liverpool holds an NC State offer and he told Pack Pride that Saturday's visit to NC State was the best one he's been on so far.
Chesterfield (VA) DB Jalen Elliott held offers from Virginia and Old Dominion, and he added NC State to the list during his visit on Saturday.
NC State may only take one defensive end in 2016 which implies just how impressed the Pack is with Chesapeake (VA) Grassfield DE Patrick Jones. He was one of roughly a half dozen prospects that landed an offer from State on Saturday.
Just picked up an offer from NC State #WOLFPACK ??????— Patrick Jones (@P_jones9) February 21, 2015
South Mecklenburg CB Jacobe Clement will be one of 2017's top in-state prospects and he landed an offer from NC State on Saturday.