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NC State Signee Jalen Lecque & Brewster Academy Win National Prep Championship, Earns MVP

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NC State 2019 signee Jalen Lecque led his Brewster Academy team to a National Prep Championship yesterday, earning MVP honors.

The Bobcats went 4-o this week at the National Championships in Connecticut College in New London, CT.

Lecque had 15 points in an 82-80 victory over Woodstock Academy in Game 1 on Wednesday morning.

The Bobcats then took care of IMG Academy 87-71 later that day.

Yesterday, Brewster defeated Massanutten Military Academy 91-73 in the morning. Lecque scored 21 points against fellow 2019 NC State commit Dereon Seabron, who also had 20 points.

Finally, the Bobcats beat Scotland Campus Sports 67-51 last night to claim the National Prep Championship.

247Sports Composite ranks Lecque as the #33 overall player in the 2019 recruiting class, the #6 combo guard, and the #1 player in the state of New Hampshire.

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Local Stretch 4 Nick Farrar is Visiting NC State Next Week

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2020 Forward Nick Farrar (6’7″/230) of Apex Friendship High School will be taking an unofficial visit to NC State next Tuesday, May 28th.

Farrar doesn’t hold any Power 5 offers at this point, or a star by his name, but does hold offers from Eastern Kenudky, Chattanooga, Houston, Mt. Saint Mary’s, Rhode Island, Robert Morris, Stetson, and Towson.

Don’t expect it to remain that way. Farrar has been one of the hottest names on the AAU circuit this Spring, playing for Big Shots. He recently earned MVP honors at the Josh Level Classic.

Farrar took an unofficial visit to NC State back on February 2nd.

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5-Star SG Jaden Springer Includes NC State in Top-11

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2020 5-Star Shooting Guard Jaden Springer (6’4″/195) revealed his Top-11 schools earlier this week, and NC State made the cut alongside UNC, Florida, Wake Forest, Auburn, Maryland, Memphis, Tennessee, Villanova, Kansas and Texas.

ESPN ranks Springer as the #10 overall player nationally in the 2020 recruiting class, and the #1 player in the state of Florida. Rivals and ESPN rank Springer as the #3 Shooting Guard in 2020.

NC State offered Springer all the way back on August 24th, 2017.

Springer plays for IMG Academy down in Bradenton, Florida.

Head Coach Keatts and crew have consistently been in attendance at Springer’s games, and the top prospect has made an unofficial visit to Raleigh in the past.

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NC State 1 of 5 Schools Prioritizing 4-Star C Mark Williams

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According to Tipton Edits, NC State is 1 of 5 school prioritizing 4-Star 2020 Center Mark Williams (7’0″/230) the most, along with Duke, Ohio State, Stanford and UCONN.

The Wolfpack offered Williams last June, and were in to watch him play at the end of April. Stanford was the first of those 5 schools to offer Williams, but NC State was second a month later.

All 5 of the schools have been in to watch or visit with Williams in the past couple of weeks, but Stanford and Duke have taken in-home visits. The Blue Devils are the latest to offer.

247Sports ranks Williams as the #45 overall player nationally in the 2020 recruiting class, and the #6 Center. Williams plays for Norfolk Academy in Norfolk, Virginia.

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NC State Makes Final 7 for 4-Star Forward Terrance Williams

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2020 4-Star Forward Terrance Williams (6’6″/215) listed NC State in his Final-7 last night via his Twitter account, along with DePaul, Virginia, Stanford, Georgetown, Notre Dame and South Carolina.

247Sports ranks Williams as the #91 overall player in the 2020 recruiting class nationally, and the #2 player in Washington D.C. Rivals ranks him as the #98 overall player nationally.

NC State offered Williams all the way back in 2017.

Williams plays for Gonzaga High School in Washington D.C.

He has already taken official visits to Virginia (September 21st, 2018), Stanford (October 5th, 2018), Notre Dame (May 3rd, 2019). NC State will hope to get one of his final two official visits.

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