PACK16: By the Numbers

Pack Pride takes a numerical look at NC State's 2016 football recruiting class.

The Wolfpack's latest recruiting effort is now in the books. NC State addressed needs across the board and Pack Pride breaks down the numbers in this look back at the recruiting class of 2016.

Class Ranking: Scout (No. 47), 24/7 (No. 49), ESPN (No.44), Rivals (No. 43)

Breakdown By State: North Carolina-13, South Carolina-2, Virginia-3, Georgia-3, Florida-3, Missouri-1, New Jersey-1, Illinois-1

First Player To Commit: OL Harrison Gee (July 25, 2014)

Last Player To Commit: WR Kelvin Harmon (February 1, 2015)

State's largest signee: DT Shug Frazier (321 pounds)

Number Of Official Visits Held: 36 (Last Year: 26)

Number Of Players That Officially Visited But Committed Elsewhere: 13 (Last Year 7)

Number of signees that were rated four-star or all-american by one of the major recruiting services exiting high school: (3) Last Year (5) DT Shug Frazier, Kelvin Harmon, Thad Moss

Number of players rated as one of the top 30 players in the nation at their position by one of the major recruiting services exiting high school: (6) Thad Moss, Joe Sculthorpe, Isaiah Stallings, Harrison Gee, Dylan Parham, Dylan Autenrieth, Last year (9)

Number of signees named all-state: 9 (Last Year 5)

Number of signees that played in a postseason all-star game: 12 (Last year 9)

Number of signees that camped at NC State: 10 (Last Year: 6)

Signee that went the longest distance to sign with NC State: Bryce Banks (946 miles)

Signee that went the shortest distance to sign with NC State: Dylan Parham (12.6 miles)

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