Dorn Recaps NC State Visit

Charlotte transfer Torin Dorn completed his official visit to NC State today, and he left impressed with the Wolfpack.

Charlotte transfer Torin Dorn completed his official visit to NC State today, and he left impressed with the Wolfpack.

"It went well," said Dorn. "I enjoyed it a lot. I didn't have a specific player host because I hung out with all the guys. I had a good time hanging out with them. It seems like a great group."

Dorn also had a chance to check out the Wolfpack's campus and facilities.

"It's a great place to go to school," he said. "NC State is definitely a college town... college area. I like the campus and the whole vibe there."

A 6-foot-5, 201-pound shooting guard, Dorn led the 49ers in scoring as a freshman (12.0 ppg) while shooting 50.5% from the field and 34.5% from 3-point range. His play led to him being named Conference USA Freshman of the Year.

While on his visit he had a chance to talk with the Wolfpack coaches about his potential role should he choose NC State.

"They talked about me coming in and playing the two spot and the one spot," he said. "Being a combo guard... being a little similar to Trevor Lacey."

Joining Dorn in Raleigh was his family, including younger brother Miles Dorn, who is considering a scholarship offer to play football at NC State.

"He was able to check out the football side," said Torin. "We'd love to go to school together, but he's letting me make my own decision."

What was the highlight of the visit for Dorn?

"The best part was probably hanging out with the guys and talking with the coaches," said Dorn. "I was able to get an idea of where coach stood with my role moving forward at NC State."

Dorn had previously cut his transfer list to NC State, Miami, Texas, and Florida, but informed Pack Pride that he's made another cut.

"It's down to NC State and Miami," he said. "I'm going on my official visit to Miami on Wednesday and after that I'll be ready to make a decision."

The rising sophomore has to sit out the 2015-2016 season but would have three years of eligibility remaining.


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