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NC State’s Kevin Keatts Watches 4-Star PF Henry Coleman

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NC State’s head coach Kevin Keatts and Assistant Coach James Johnson were on hand to watch 2020 4-Star Power Forward Henry Coleman (6’8″/230) lead Trinity Episcopal past St. Anne’s-Belfield 66-61 for the Prep League Championship on Saturday night.

Coleman had 33 points and 11 rebounds, and sunk 4 free throws in the final 30 seconds to seal the deal.

To show just how serious they are about Coleman, Keatts was in to see Coleman again last night.

ESPN ranks Coleman as the #41 overall player in the 2020 class, and 247Sports ranks him as the #3 player in the state of Virginia.

Coleman took an unofficial visit to Raleigh back in September, and visited the year before as well. Keatts and company have been frequent visitors of Coleman’s games every since they offered on May 8th last year.

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5-Star SG Matthew Cleveland Visiting NC State this Weekend

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5-Star 2021 Shooting Guard Matthew Cleveland (6’6″/190) will be taking an unofficial visit to NC State this weekend.

Primetime with the Pack is on Friday night in Reynolds Coliseum, with the NC State Men’s and Women’s Basketball teams.

247Sports ranks Cleveland as the #21 overall player in the 2021 recruiting class, the #3 shooting guard, and the #2 player in the state of Georgia.

Cleveland plays for Pace Academy in Alpharetta.

NC State offered Cleveland on September 23rd.

Cleveland also holds offers from Arkansas, Auburn, California, Clemson, Florida, FSU, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Iowa State, Kansas State, Louisville, Maryland, Miami, Missouri, Oklahoma, Stanford, TCU, Vanderbilt, Xavier, Seton Hall, VCU and others.

He has recently taken unofficial visits to Stanford and Georgia Tech.

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5-Star F Josh Hall Taking an Official Visit to NC State this Week

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5-Star 2020 Forward Josh Hall (6’9″/190) will be taking an Official Visit to NC State this week, beginning tomorrow. I believe his visit will wrap up by attending Primetime with the Pack on Friday night in Reynolds Coliseum.

The only other Official Visit that Hall has taken was to Louisville the first week of September. Hall was supposed to take an Official Visit to Raleigh the 2nd week of September, but he postponed it till now.

Both the Wolfpack and Louisville were included in his Final 12 schools that he released on September 27th, which also included Texas, Alabama, Georgia, Pitt, Florida State, Georgetown, DePaul, Western Kentucky, Arkansas and LSU.

Out of those 12 schools, Hall told PhenomHoops that he was currently planning on taking Official Visits to Texas, Florida State and LSU.

Rivals ranks Hall as the #25 overall player in the 2020 recruiting class, and the #4 Small Forward. 247Sports ranks him as the #10 Power Forward in the nation, and the #2 player in the state of North Carolina.

Hall plays for Moravian Prep in Hickory.

NC State offered him a scholarship on April 3rd.

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SG Tristan Maxwell on Official Visit to NC State this Weekend

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3-Star 2020 Shooting Guard Tristan Maxwell (6’3″/195) is on an Official Visit to NC State this weekend.

He was scheduled to take an Official Visit to Georgia Tech the last weekend of September but that was cancelled. According to his 247Sports profile, that schedule has been rescheduled for next weekend, but we will have to wait and see if that actually happens.

NC State has been after Maxwell for years now, offering him back on June 23rd, 2017.

He also holds offers from Georgetown, Gonzaga, Pitt, Texas A&M, Georgia Tech, Ole Miss, Providence, South Florida, Temple, Saint Louis and others.

247Sports ranks Maxwell as the #9 player in the state of North Carolina in 2020.

He plays for North Mecklenburg, in Huntersville.

NC State technically has 1 more scholarship available in their 2020 recruiting class.

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NC State Men’s Basketball’s 2020 Recruiting Class Ranks 12th After Dowuana Commitment

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4-Star (ESPN) Center Ebenezer Dowuana verbally committed to NC State this afternoon. After his commitment, the Wolfpack’s 2020 recruiting class ranks 12th nationally according to 247Sports.

247’s Composite ranks the class 18th, and Rivals ranks it 19th.

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