TOP PLAYS: NC State's Win Over William & Mary

Here's a look back at some of NC State's top plays from the 48-14 win over William & Mary. Highlights are courtesy of ACC Network Extra.

Here's a look back at some of NC State's top plays from the 48-14 win over William & Mary.  Highlights are courtesy of ACC Network Extra.  The first video is a collection of all the highlights and below it are the individual plays.


NC State senior wideout Bra'lon Cherry's 16-yard touchdown with 20 seconds remaining in the second quarter pretty much sealed the deal for the Wolfpack.  Later this week we'll take a closer look at this play which featured strong perimeter blocking by Cherry's teammates.

NC State senior tailback Matthew Dayes had a nice 30-yard run in the third quarter.

NC State junior linebacker Jerod Fernandez recorded his first interception of the season midway through the second quarter.  Fernandez had a strong game, as he led the Wolfpack in tackles (7) and solo hits (6).

True freshman wide receiver Kelvin Harmon earned playing time with an impressive fall camp, and he demonstrated what he could add to the Wolfpack defense in the fourth quarter by leaping over a defender for this terrific sideline grab.  Harmon finished with two catches for 53 yards, and his role will likely expand moving forward.

Sophomore wideout Nyheim Hines is still transitioning to the position, but in the second quarter he flashed his hands with this sweet grab on a great pass from Ryan Finley.  Hines totaled four catches for 42 yards in the win.

NC State junior tight end Jaylen Samuels caught this touchdown early in the fourth quarter.  Samuels finished with 90 total yards and three touchdowns on 10 touches... just another day at the office for the talented Wolfpack playmaker.

NC State junior safety Josh Jones took advantage of a back-foot throw from William & Mary quarterback Steven Cluley, as Jones recorded his first interception of the year.  Look for the pressure from the Wolfpack front to create more of these opportunities for Jones.

Junior defensive end Kentavius Street was terrific in the win, as he recorded the Wolfpack's lone sack late in the second quarter.  He totaled three tackles, two tackles for a loss, and a sack in the win.

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