4-Star 2020 Defensive End Myles Murphy (6’4”/260) out of Southwest Guilford (High Point, NC) unveiled his Top-11 schools earlier today, and NC State made the cut along with Alabama, Florida, Mississippi St, UNC, Notre Dame, Ohio State, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia Tech and Western Carolina.
— myles murphy (@gmurfo1) December 27, 2018
Rivals ranks Murphy as the #174 player nationally and the #9 defensive end. 247Sports ranks him as the #7 player in the state if North Carolina.
4-Star CB Jospeh Johnson Includes NC State in Top 4
4-Star 2020 Cornerback Joseph Johnson included NC State in his Top-4 last night alongside Penn State, Ohio State and Texas A&M.
Johnson has taken Official Visits to Texas A&M, NC State and Penn State over the past three weeks. As of now, he doesn’t have one scheduled for Ohio State.
On Thursday, Johnson announced he was moving his commitment date up from June 5th to the 2nd.
Even though the Wolfpack have 3 cornerbacks committed in 2020, in my opinion, there’s no way they don’t take Johnson if he commits.
NC State’s 2020 Football Recruiting Class Ranked 15th After Meredith Commitment
4-Star S Nehki Meredith Commits to NC State
4-Star 2020 Safety Nehki Meredith (5’11″/178) committed to NC State on Saturday after a visit.
ESPN ranks Meredith as a 4-Star prospect, and the #8 player in the state of Virginia.
Meredith chose NC State over offers from Texas A&M, Virginia Tech, Tennessee, Pittsburgh, Penn State, UNC, Nebraska, Maryland, Louisville, LSU, Duke and others.
NC State offered Meredith on April 4th. He plays for Bishop Sullivan Catholic in Virginia Beach.
Meredith is the 15th member of the NC State 2020 football recruiting class, and the third defensive back to verbally commit.
- 4-Star S Nehki Meredith
- 3-Star CB Aydan White
- 3-Star CB Devan Boykin
3-Star LB Jayland Parker Includes NC State in his Top-3
If it wasn’t already clear, 3-Star 2020 Linebacker Jayland Parker (6’2″/214) announced his Top-3 schools last night, and NC State made the cut along with Colorado and Purdue.
Parker took an Official Visit to Purdue on the last weekend in May, took one to Colorado last weekend, and will be taking his last one to NC State next weekend (June 21).
He will be announcing his college choice on July 1st.
Parker included NC State in his Top-11 back on April 1st.
NC State offered Parker back on March 1st, while he was in for an unofficial visit.
Parker plays for Westside High School (Macon, Georgia) in the Peach State, where the Wolfpack are recruiting well in 2020 (4 commitments). He had 58 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, and 2 interceptions last year.
247Sports ranks him as the #48 overall player in the state of Georgia in 2020.