N.C. State's recruiting class just got better without the coaching staff lifting a finger.
OT Robert Crisp and WR Tony Creecy have both performed well at recent combines, prompting Scout.com to give them each another star in the recruiting site’s ratings. Crisp, now at Raleigh’s Athens Drive High, became a five-star player—top of the line, folks—and improved to No.49 in the nation on Scout’s overall list.
He was recently named MVP of the FBU Top Gun Camp.
Creecy, at Southern Durham, has played well all summer. He went from a three- to a four-star talent. He’s now ranked No. 162 in Scout’s top 300 rankings.
Rivals.com, the other top recruiting service, is keeping Crisp at four stars for now. And it beat Scout to the punch on Creecy, promoting him to four stars earlier this summer.
And the Wolfpack, its nine-member Class of 2010 formerly ranked No.53 by Scout, has climbed to No. 41 without adding a player.
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