Irmo High’s Mustafa Greene, the second-best RB in the state of South Carolina (after Marcus Lattimore), is talking with N.C. State coaches in order to set up an official visit with the Wolfpack.
“He’s been discussing it now,” his sister, Majeedah Spencer, said moments ago. “N.C. State and Rutgers are probably his two favorites right now, although he liked what he saw from Alabama (in the national championship) game last night.”
Greene, No.11 on our Top 25 SC prospects list, has an offer from the Crimson Tide as well as his two leaders, along with Georgia, Syracuse and several others.
As a senior, Greene missed six games with a high right ankle sprain, but still rushed for over 1,300 yards and 21 TDs. He made the Shrine Bowl despite the injury.
Spencer said her brother is carefully looking over schools—from academics to depth charts—and will wait until signing day to make his decision.
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