"It was a good visit," said Wilkins. "I've been up to State so many times that I already know a lot about it.
"Dwayne Maddox, my old teammate, was my host. That was cool, being able to hang out with him. I got to spend some time with him and the other players and recruits."
Wilkins stated that he was able to speak with NC State head coach Tom O'Brien before leaving Raleigh.
"It went good," Wilkins said of his exit meeting with O'Brien. "He told me I'm a playmaker and they need guys that can make plays. He said I'm the guy they want... they still want me at wide receiver."
Prior to his NC State visit Wilkins took an official to Louisville.
"It was alright," Wilkins said of Louisville. "It was cold and snowed a lot, but I liked it."
Wilkins originally committed to North Carolina over the summer after considering offers from the Tar Heels, NC State, Clemson, Colorado, East Carolina, and Marshall among others. However, in December he switched his commitment to NC State after visiting the Wolfpack for their home win over the Tar Heels.
Wilkins has just one visit remaining.
"The only visit I have left is UNC," he said.. "I go up there on Friday."
North Carolina assistant coach Art Kaufman visited Wilkins on Monday. NC State coaches are expected to also visit this week.
Does Wilkins still consider himself a NC State commitment?
"I'm committed to State," he said. "I don't really know what it would take to change my mind. I'm just going to go on the visit to Carolina."
According to Wilkins his final decision will obviously be made on Signing Day when he signs his letter of intent.
"I guess Signing Day is when it will be official because I'm already committed to State."
As a senior Wilkins played strictly quarterback for Crest, rushing for 792 yards and eight touchdowns while passing for 392 yards and another four scores.
All of the programs under consideration are recruiting Wilkins to play wide receiver, the position he played in the 2009 Shrine Bowl. During Shrine Bowl practices Wilkins proved to be the top receiver for North Carolina, showcasing the ability to run disciplined routes, catch the ball in traffic, and make defenders miss.
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