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Former West Virginia Wide Receiver Commit Elijah Caldwell is Planning an Official Visit to NC State

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4-Star 2023 Wide Receiver Elijah Caldwell (6’1″/190) decommitted from West Virginia on Sunday.

Caldwell originally committed to West Virginia on July 1st. With early signing Day sneaking up, NC State offered Caldwell on December 9th.

ESPN ranks the Northwestern High School (Rock Hill) standout as the #4 player in the state of South Carolina in 2023. As a Senior, Caldwell exploded for 77 receptions for 1,365 yards and 19 touchdown receptions. He also averaged 26.1 yards per kickoff return (23 returns), taking one to the house.

Going forward, NC State will be a factor in Caldwell’s recruitment. I reached out to him, and he informed me he plans on taking an Official Visit to Raleigh on January 13th.

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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This young man is the truth ‼️ My lil cousin Turbo Richard plays with him at Northwestern.

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3-Star Cornerback Zah Jackson Includes NC State in Top-4

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3-Star 2025 Cornerback Zah Jackson (5’10″/180) released his Top-4 yesterday, and he included NC State along with Mississippi St., Liberty and West Virginia.

Jackson is the #1 player in the state of West Virginia according to ON3.

Last season, Jackson earned the Carl Lee Award, which is awarded to the best Defensive Back in the state of West Virginia on an annual basis. Jackson has won the award now in back-to-back years.

In his Junior season at Huntington, Jackson had 57 tackles, 4 tackles for loss, 5 interceptions, 8 pass breakups, 1 interception returned for a touchdown, 1 forced fumble and a blocked a punt returned for a TD. On the offensive side of the ball, Jackson rushed for 1,157 yards and 18 touchdowns.

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4-Star WR Malik Clark Sets Date for Official Visit to NC State

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4-Star 2025 Wide Receiver Malik Clark (6’3″/180) has locked in his Official Visit to NC State for June 21st-23rd.

ON3 ranks Clark as the #258 overall player nationally in the 2025 recruiting class, and the #4 player in the state of South Carolina.

NC State offered Clark back on January 17th. He also holds offers from UNC, Virginia Tech, UCF, UVA, Nebraska, Maryland, Cincinnati, Duke, Indiana, Liberty, Kentucky, Vanderbilt, West Virginia and others.

Clark plays for Rock Hill High School (Rock Hill, South Carolina). He is speedy, running a 4.5 laser timed 40.

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3-Star IOL Isaac Sowells Has Scheduled His Official Visit to NC State

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I have confirmed with 3-Star 2025 Offensive Lineman (Center) Isaac Sowells (6’2″/290) that he has locked in his Official Visit to NC State. Sowells will be taking an Official Visit to NC State on June 14th-16th.

A little over a week ago, Sowells’ released his Top-10, and NC State made the cut along with Kentucky, Louisville, Miami, Penn St., South Carolina, Vanderbilt, West Virginia, Indiana and Virginia.

NC State offered Sowells Jr. back on August 20th of last year. 247Sports and Rivals rank Sowells as the #4 player in the state of Kentucky in 2025, while ON3 ranks him 5th.

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3-Star DL Jyon Simon Locks in Official Visit to NC State

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3-Star 2025 Defensive Lineman Jyon Simon has locked in an Official Visit to NC State according to Chad Simmons of ON3.

According to Simmons, Simon will be taking an Official Visit to NC State on June 14-16.

NC State offered Simon on January 25th. Simon also holds offers from Texas, Tennessee, Auburn, Arkansas, Maryland, Iowa St., Georgia Tech, UCONN, USC and others.

This past season, Simon had 70+ tackles, 15 tackles for loss and 10 sacks for Raines High School in Jacksonville, Florida.

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