Nicholas Law has burst onto the recruiting scene of late with several offers from Division I schools, including NC State.
The 6-3, 190-pound safety from Forestville (MD) Bishop McNamara is thinking about what he wants to do in the spring and summer months.
"I've been to West Virginia and Rutgers, and I'm sure I will come up to NC State soon," Law told Pack Pride. "I try to keep in contact with everyone but I haven't really talked to (State) much lately."
Law said NC State offered him about two weeks after the conclusion of his junior season, so he has had plenty of time to think about them.
"I think one of their coaches came up to one of my workouts or something like that," he said. "We didn't talk at all. They just came to see me. I think they offered soon after that.
"It's a school I'm very interested in. I've already visited down there. I went to their junior day and the campus is very nice. I love the field. I like the athletic center and the facilities."
Law also holds offers from Maryland, Syracuse, Rutgers, West Virginia and Illinois, among others. When does he plan on announcing where he will attend college?
"I doubt I'll wait until Signing Day just because I want to get it over with. I'm not sure how soon I'll make a decision, though. It's an ongoing process."
Law reiterated that he has no favorites at this time.
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