Here is an updated roster of the scholarship players following the Kyle Washington transfer.
|Terry Henderson||SG/SF||R-Jr.||West Virginia (Raleigh, N.C.)||6-4/190|
|A very good perimeter shooter, Henderson is expected to play major minutes this season at shooting guard.|
|Anthony Barber||PG||Jr.||Hampton HS (Hampton, Va.)||6-2/180|
|Barber is poised to have a big junior season and should be the leader of the Wolfpack and one of the top point guards in the country.|
|BeeJay Anya||C||Jr.||DeMatha Cath. (Hyattsville, MD)||6-9/295|
|The ACC's top shotblocker, BeeJay Anya was named ACC Sixth Man of the Year after his sophomore season.|
|Lennard Freeman||F||Jr.||Oak Hill (Washington D.C.)||6-8/250|
|A rugged forward, Freeman does all the dirty work for the Wolfpack. He was a major contributor down the stretch.|
|Abdul-Malik Abu||PF||Soph.||Union Academy (Kimball, N.H.)||6-8/240|
|Abu started to show flashes of becoming a dependable low-post scorer. He'll get that chance following Washington's departure.||Caleb Martin||SG||Soph.||Oak Hill (Mocksville, N.C.)||6-6/200|
|A sharp-shooting wing, Martin didn't shoot the ball as well as expected but proved to be an effective driver and defender. He'll have a chance for a larger role with Lacey, Turner, and Lee out of the program.||Cody Martin||SF||Soph.||Oak Hill (Mocksville, N.C.)||6-6/200|
|Martin proved to be a reliable on-ball defender and willing passer during his freshman season. A versatile wing capable of playing in the frontcourt, Cody should receive additional minutes this season.|
Here is a look at the scholarship roster based on classes and positions. As of now, State will have seven scholarship players on the team.