Rock Hill High DB Xavier McFadden is planning an unofficial visit to N.C.State this weekend, coach Joe Montgomery said today.
“He went to Kentucky two weeks ago and now it’s N.C.State,” Montgomery said. He also said he wouldn’t be surprised if the 5-foot-11, 175-pound McFadden got an offer from the Wolfpack at the end of the season if his grades are in order.
McFadden had planned to visit South Carolina last weekend, but had to back out because of illness. He hopes to travel to Columbia later in the season.
By the way, Georgia Southern is working Rock Hill hard. The Eagles have not only been recruiting McFadden, but also athlete Jatavius Stewart and RB Jamal Tyler.
Stewart, with a 4.32-second 40, is one of the fastest players in the state and Tyler (4.4) is not far behind.
Ken Tysiac has covered the ACC in the Raleigh Bureau of The Charlotte Observer since 2003. He spent eight years in South Carolina covering Clemson, first with the Anderson Independent-Mail and later with The (Columbia) State. He graduated from Notre Dame in 1991.