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NC State’s All-Time NFL Receiving Leaders Heading into 2022 Season

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As the 2022 NFL season approaches, here’s a look at where former NC State players rank in Career NFL Receiving Statistical Categories.

If Marquez Valdes-Scantling & Jakobi Meyers both match their 2021 receiving yards totals, 430 & 866 respectively, Meyers would surpass Valdes-Scantling, moving into 8th place.

Career Receiving Yards

  1. Torry Holt – 13,382
  2. Jerricho Cotchery – 6,623
  3. Mike Quick – 6,464
  4. Haywood Jeffires – 6,334
  5. Koren Robinson – 4,244
  6. Ted Brown (RB)- 2,850
  7. Alex Webster (RB) – 2,679
  8. Marqez Valdes-Scantling – 2,153 (2 years at NC State before transferring to South Florida)
  9. Jakobi Meyers – 1,954
  10. Nyheim Hines (RB) – 1,537

If Meyers and Hines match their 2021 reception totals, 83 & 40 respectively, they will both pass Webster, with Meyers being 7th, and Hines technically remaining at 8th.

Career Receptions

  1. Torry Holt – 920
  2. Haywood Jeffires – 535
  3. Jerricho Cotchery – 524
  4. Mike Quick – 363
  5. Ted Brown (RB) – 339
  6. Koren Robinson – 294
  7. Alex Webster (RB) – 240
  8. Nyheim Hines (RB) – 210 
  9. Jakobi Meyers – 168
  10. Dick Christy (RB) – 132
  11. Marquez Valdes-Scantling – 123

If Valdes-Scantling matches his 3 touchdowns from 2021, he will tie Robinson for 6th by seasons end. If Hines matches his single touchdown from last year, he will break the Top-1o, tying Dawson and Mack Berry for 9th.

Career Touchdown Receptions 

1. Torry Holt – 74
2. Mike Quick – 61
3. Haywood Jeffires – 50
4. Jerricho Cotchery – 34
5. Alex Webster (RB) – 17
6. Koren Robinson – 16
7. Ted Brown (RB) – 13
7. Marquez Valdes-Scantling – 13
9. Lin Dawson (TE) – 8
9. Connie Mack Berry – 8
11. Nyheim Hines – 7

Matthew is Co-Owner of Pack Insider. He writes for all sports, with a focus on football and recruiting, and is in charge of business strategy. He is an NC State alum who majored in business. Matthew is also the lead pastor of The Point Church in Cary, NC.

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Former NC State G Terquavion Smith Earns a Spot on the 2023-23 NBA G-League All-Rookie Team

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Former NC State Guard Terquavion Smith earned a spot on the 2023-24 NBA G-League All-Rookie Team.

Smith averaged 22.3 points, 3.4 assists and 3 rebounds per game for the Delaware Blue Coats. What’s crazy, is that he only started in 3 of the 36 games he played in. With that being said, he averaged 30.7 minutes per game. Smith shot 35.6% from three.

As a 2-way player, Smith also played 16 games for the Philadelphia 76ers, averaging 3.3 points in 5.3 minutes per game. He shot 37.1% from three.

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NC State LB Payton Wilson Visited with the Steelers Yesterday

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Former NC State Linebacker Payton Wilson had a Top-30 visit with the Pittsburgh Steelers yesterday. Wilson is the first Linebacker the Steelers have brought in.

Wilson has already had Top-30 visits with the Dallas Cowboys and the Carolina Panthers.

PFF ranks Wilson as the #1 Linebacker in the 2024 Draft, and #26 on their Big Board.

1. LB PAYTON WILSONNC STATE

PFF BIG BOARD RANK: 26

Wilson has the length, movement ability, IQ and tape of a first-round linebacker. What will likely keep him from being drafted on Day 1 is his injury history and age. If healthy, he can be a starting inside linebacker in any defense. (PFF)

Will someone take Wilson in the 1st round? Will he be a 2nd round pick? If he slips past that, that’s just stupid.

 

 

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NC State’s DJ Horne Declares for the NBA Draft

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NC State Guard DJ Horne has officially declared for the 2024 NBA Draft.

 

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Horne is trying to become the first Wolfpack player to be drafted since Dennis Smith Jr. was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks with the 6th pick in the 1st Round.

While Horne might not currently be projected to be drafted, he is trying to change that tune at the Portsmouth Invitational Tournament which begins tomorrow.

Horne is a special player, and genuinely possesses the skill set to compete at the next level. Whether he is drafted, or signs a 2-way contract, what he put on tape this year warrants a chance.





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Former NC State Defensive End Savion Jackson is Receiving Interest from NFL Teams

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Former NC State Defensive End Savion Jackson is receiving interest from NFL teams. Thus far, those teams are the Rams, Chargers, 49ers, and Broncos.

Last season as a Senior, Jackson had 40 tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, and 2.5 sacks in 12 games for the Wolfpack. His Run Defense grade on PFF was 80.6, ranking 4th on the team.

According to current projections, Jackson projects to be taken on Day 3 of the 2024 NFL Draft, or picked up as an Undrafted Free Agent.

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