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Three 2019 NC State Commits from NC Make Shrine Bowl Roster

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The rosters for the 2019 Shrine Bowl have been released, and 3 NC State commits are on the roster representing North Carolina.

3-Star Offensive Lineman Jonathan Adorno (Rolesville/Rolesville) – #18 player in NC according to Rivals
3-Star Defensive Back Devan Boykin (Ragsdale/Jamestown) – #16 player in NC according to 247Sports
3-Star Defensive Tackle Davin Vann (Cary/Cary) – #12 player in NC according to 247Sports.

2019 North Carolina Shrine Bowl Roster

  • Jonathan Adorno (Rolesville)
  • Adam Atkins (Southeast Guilford)
  • Jefferson Boaz (East Surry)
  • Devan Boykin (Ragsdale)
  • Jaki Brevard (Southern Durham)
  • Elijah Burnette (Eastern Alamance)
  • Elijah Burris (Mountain Island Charter)
  • Trey Byers (Ashbrook)
  • Chance Carroll (Hough)
  • Anthony Carter, Jr. (Butler)
  • Roe Chitwood (Myers Park)
  • Will Cobb (Weddington)
  • Ja’Qurious Conley (Northside-Jacksonville)
  • Quinton Cooley (Southern Nash)
  • Grant Copeland (West Forsyth)
  • Cameron Dairymple (Wallace-Rose Hill)
  • Nick Dobson (Wallace-Rose Hill)
  • Desmond Evans (Lee County)
  • Maliek Faust (Harding University)
  • Tavien Ford (Olympic)
  • Taurienne Freeman (Westover)
  • Cedric Gray (Ardrey Kell)
  • Ray Grier (South Point)
  • Johnny Hassard (West Rowan)
  • Maquel Haywood (Wake Forest)
  • Joshua Karty (Western Alamance)
  • Jonathan King (Southeast Guilford)
  • Ahmani Marshall (East Forsyth)
  • Mitchell Mayes (Leesville Road)
  • J’Vian McCray (West Brunswick)
  • Malik McGowen (Charlotte Catholic)
  • Alec Mock (Weddington)
  • Chris Morgan (Maiden)
  • Darius Ocean (Hough)
  • Javondre Paige (Page)
  • Jhari Patterson (AC Reynolds)
  • Stephen Sings (Vance)
  • Chance Smith (Wake Forest)
  • Adrian Spellman (Northeastern)
  • Da’Qon Stewart (North Mecklenburg)
  • Stefon Thompson (Vance)
  • Davin Vann (Cary)
  • Shane Whitter (Williams)
  • G’Mone Wilson (West Forsyth)

Last year 9 of NC State’s 2018 commits were on the North Carolina roster. This will mark the 83rd time that North Carolina and South Carolina have played one another in the Shrine Bowl.

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4-Star WR NC State Commit Porter Rooks: Midseason Reel

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4-Star Wide Receiver Porter Rooks is NC State’s highest rated player in their 2020 football recruiting class. Below is his Midseason Highlight Reel that he released earlier this week.

Through 7 games, Rooks has 25 receptions for 588 yards and 7 touchdowns.

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NC State 2020 Football Commits Week 8 Report

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Here’s a rundown on how the 2020 NC State verbal commitments did in Week 8.

3-Star Defensive Tackle Davin Vann had 8 tackles, 1 sack and 1 forced fumble in Cary’s 41-21 loss to Panther Creek.

3-Star Cornerback Aydan White had 1 tackle, 2 receptions for 5 yards, and a 93-yard punt return for a touchdown in Christ School’s 28-27 loss to Charlotte Christian.

3-Star Defensive Tackle Jaylen Smith had 6 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 forced fumble in Hertford County’s 33-21 victory over Northeastern.

3-Star Quarterback Ben Finley had a short outing last week, after he attempted to rush for a touchdown, and dove headfirst, and was flipped in midair, taking a nasty fall.

He didn’t return for the rest of the game, finishing 3 of 7 for 62 yards in Paradise Valley’s 42-0 loss to Cactus Shadows.

3-Star Offensive Guard Jonathan Adorno and his Rolesville squad beat Wakefield 49-19.

3-Star Linebacker Devon Betty had 6 tackles in St. Thomas Aquinas’ 35-0 victory over Plantation.

3-Star Offensive Guard Sean Hill and Brookwood beat Meadowcreek 47-19.

3-Star Wide Receiver Stephen Gosnell had 3 receptions for 105 yards and 2 touchdowns in East Surry’s 70-13 victory over Bishop McGuinness. He also had 1 kickoff return for 61 yards.

3-Star Tight End Ezemdi Udoh had 2 receptions for 15 yards, and 3 tackles in Terry Sanford’s 36-23 victory over Gray’s Creek.

3-Star Defensive Tackle Pheldarius Payne had 3 tackles and 2 sacks in Lackawanna’s 30-17 victory over Monroe College.

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4-Star WR Micah Crowell Attended NC State’s W Over Syracuse

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4-Star 2021 Wide Receiver Micah Crowell (6’2”/205) took an unofficial visit to NC State last Thursday, taking in the Wolfpack’s 16-10 victory over Syracuse.

247Sports ranks Crowell as the #93 overall player in the 2021 recruiting class, the #13 Wide Receiver and the #5 player in the state of North Carolina.

Crowell plays for East Forsyth in Kernersville.

He also took an unofficial visit to NC State in March, and picked up an offer from the Wolfpack on January 24th.

Crowell also holds offers from Duke, ECU, UNC, Oregon, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Vanderbilt.

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NC State 2020 Football Commits Week 7 Report

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Here’s a rundown on how the 2020 NC State verbal commitments did in Week 7.

4-Star Wide Receiver Porter Rooks had a 66-yard reception in Myers Park’s 62-7 victory over Rocky River.

3-Star Safety Nehki Meredith had 1 forced fumble and 2 rushing touchdowns in Catholic’s 28-14 loss to Fairmont Heights.

3-Star Offensive Tackle Austin Blaske and South Effingham beat Tattnall County 49-14.

3-Star Cornerback Aydan White had 4 receptions for 32 yards in Christ School’s 14-13 victory over Providence Day, and returned a kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown.

3-Star Defensive Tackle Jaylen Smith had 9 tackles (1 for loss) and 1 forced fumble in Hertford County’s 28-14 win over Gates County.

3-Star Cornerback Devan Boykin had a 15-yard touchdown reception in Ragsdale’s 26-6 loss to Glenn.

3-Star Defensive Tackle Davin Vann had 7 tackles and 1 sack in Cary’s 29-27 loss to Riverside.

3-Star Quarterback Ben Finley had 3 touchdowns in Paradise Valley’s 38-36 loss to Desert Mountain.

3-Star Tight End Ezemdi Udoh had 4 receptions for 40 yards and a touchdown in Terry Sanford’s 49-27 victory against Overhills.

3-Star Defensive Tackle Pheldarius Payne had 2 tackles and 1 pass breakup in Lackawanna’s 17-10 victory over ASA Brooklyn.

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