Pittsboro (NC) Northwood athlete and NC State commitment Tobias Palmer impressed throughout the day. We'll have more photos of Palmer tomorrow.
Laurinburg (NC) Scotland linebacker Terrell Manning attended his second Shrine Bowl combine of the year. He is regarded as the state's top football prospect.
Wakefield wide receiver T.J. Graham scorched the track with a 4.30 on his first 40-yard dash run.
Graham measured in at 6-foot and 166 pounds, and he also looked strong in one-on-one drills.
Graham lives in Raleigh and is hoping for an offer from NC State. He is considered a top-20 prospect in North Carolina.
Siler City (NC) Jordan-Matthews standout Anthony Garner was the top defensive tackle in attendance. He measured in at 6-foot-1 and 295 pounds (in socks), and he recorded a strong 5.28 40-yard dash on Ragsdale's slow track surface.
Garner also was dominant in drills, drawing the praise of defensive line coach Bill Geiler.
Winston-Salem (NC) Mt. Tabor defensive back Ed Gainey led the state in interceptions in 2006. The all-state selection is high on Wake Forest and NC State.
Sanford (NC) Lee County tailback Jay Hollingsworth already holds multiple scholarship offers.
Pittsboro (NC) Northwood defensive tackle Kemory Mann is drawing heavy interest from East Carolina and Virginia Tech.
Mann is also a standout on the offensive line for the Chargers, where he opens up holes for NC State commitment Tobias Palmer.
Rockingham (NC) Richmond County defensive tackle Jeremy Harden could emerge this spring.