RALEIGH, NC -- Depth might be a concern at tight end, but Chuck Amato is happy to have Anthony Hill back.
RALEIGH, NC -- With a talented group of running backs, NC State appears to have abandoned the spread offense used in Chuck Amato's early years, and a true fullback should be a key weapon for offensive coordinator Marc Trestman.
NC State signed two tight ends in the 2004 recruiting class, <B>Anthony Hill and Octavious Darby</B>. Here, we breakdown the tight end position at NC State and evaluate both signees in the fourth position installment of the Wolfpack's class.<P>
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February 19, 2004
NC State commitment Octavious Darby is one of the nation's most coveted tight end prospects, garnering offers from the likes of Miami, Florida, Florida State, and Michigan among others. StateFans has "All The Buzz" on Darby with a special web run on the Wolfpack's latest commitment!
January 29, 2004
After securing a verbal from Hollywood (FL) Chaminade WR/LB John Dunlap, the NC State Wolfpack didn't stop there, as they picked up a verbal from one of the premier tight ends in the nation, Octavious Darby.
January 26, 2004
Last week Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade tight end Octavius Darby told us that he may have a decision by the end of his visit to UM. That day has come and gone. "It's still out of N.C. State and Miami," Darby said.
January 23, 2004
Ever since he received a scholarship offer from the University of Miami in late November, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade standout tight end Octavius Darby has been favoring the Hurricanes. After taking a weekend visit to UM, that's still the case.
January 19, 2004