Friday, April 17, 2009

Wolfpack quietly making strides

While North Carolina's 2009 recruiting class was widely touted nationally and Duke was rightly applauded for making strides under coach David Cutcliffe, keep your eyes on N.C. State.

The Wolfpack recently grabbed possibly the state's best lineman right out from under the Tar Heels--Chapel Hill OT Robert Crisp attends Chapel Hill High but committed to Tom O'Brien's Pack. Crisp is huge (6-7, 300 pounds) and remarkably polished for a prep junior, and should have an impact on NCSU's offensive line when he arrives in Raleigh.

Crisp joins Chapel Hill High teammate Pete Singer, a safety, as an NCSU commitment.

The Wolfpack finished last year's regular season with four straight wins, and that train appears ready to keep rolling.--Stan Olson

1 comment:

Jake said...

I agree Crisp is a great catch for the Wolfpack. He is arguably the best player in the state in the Class of 2010.
Pretty sure the Wolfpack offered Singer just to get Crisp.A friend in Chapel Hill tells me that Crisp has lived with Singer's family the last several years and the guys are extremely close and wanted to play together in college. Singer is a good athlete but not really D1 level.