Dave Doeren has the Michigan pipeline working. Less than a week after plucking interior lineman Kenton Gibbs from Detroit, N. C. State got a verbal from Walled Lake, Michigan's Josh Jones. As the Wolfpack are losing three fourths of their starting secondary in 2013, Jones, a safety, definitely fills a position of need. At 6-2, 202 pounds, he already has more than adequate size for the position. He's a three-star recruit per all of the major services and the #29 safety prospect in the country according to Rivals. It's pretty impressive that, even with a late start, Doeren and staff appear to be out-recruiting their predecessors. I can't wait to see what the class of 2014 brings.