2011 OL Holds Wolfpack Offer

After a solid performance at NC State's camp last summer, offensive lineman Dylan Intemann has since landed a Wolfpack offer. Pack Pride has the latest.

Dylan Intemann may not be a household name, and most NC State fans may not have even heard of him yet. Expect that to change in short order.

The 6-5, 295-pound right tackle from Wake Forest-Rolesville holds an offer from the Pack, though he is still what most would consider an under the radar prospect. He has helped his high school team to 10-0 start and feels as though he has improved his aggressiveness as a run blocker, as well as his kick step in pass protection.

Intemann’s offer from NC State should come as no surprise since he was named the top underclassman offensive lineman at the Wolfpack’s camp held last summer.

Intemann bench presses 295 pounds, has run the 40-yard dash in 5.0 seconds and has a shuttle time of 4.65 seconds. Still just a junior, he's what most would consider an athletic line prospect with plenty of room for continued growth. He has been playing football since seventh grade, so he knows the ins and outs of the game pretty well, though he still has a high ceiling.

"I've gotten mail from ECU, NC State, Duke, Georgia and Georgia Tech," Intemann explained. "I was invited to the Duke-State game and when I went there they actually offered me a scholarship. Coach Tom O'Brien just took me into his office and told me that way. He said in the future their offensive line is definitely something they'll want to work on.

"They're (NC State) pretty high up on my list because I went to a summer camp there and they're probably the biggest (program) that's been talking to me. So I'd say they're pretty high."

Did Intemann think about making an early decision, or does he want to let the recruiting process unfold before making his choice?

"Nah, I just kind of want to take my time and see what comes my way," he said. "I'd like to hear more from Georgia and Georgia Tech, because they're big-time schools. They're all good schools really, but those two would be nice."


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