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Making a Mark in the Draft

By the end of this weekend, as many as four players from NC State could hear their names called during the National Football League Draft. <p><small><b>Other featured stories for 4/23:</b></small><li><a href="" target=blank><b>The Teams: They 'know what you did in middle school' </b></a>

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"In just a few days, you knew he was special. He has the whole package. He's tough, he's bright. He has the intangibles, the height, the work ethic and the accuracy." - Chargers offensive coordinator Cam Cameron after watching Rivers at the senior Bowl - 4/23/2004

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Making a Mark in the Draft
Tony Haynes * GoPack
Not overwhelmed by that figure? Well, perhaps it doesn't sound all that awe-inspiring in a year when it's being speculated that up to 13 players from Miami could be selected, but there have actually been very few occasions when as many as four Wolfpack players have been chosen in the draft. In fact, only six times since 1937 have as many as four players from NC State gone in the same draft. Read More

The Teams: They 'know what you did in middle school'
Chip Alexander * News & Observer
Sean Locklear has learned how thorough NFL teams can be in preparing for the draft, in preparing to invest millions of dollars in a player. "They know everything about you," said Locklear, an offensive guard from N.C. State. "They know what you did in college, but they also know what you did in high school, know what you did in middle school." Middle school? When Locklear was, say, 14 years old? Read More

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