Yes, sir, it is back! Turn on the red light and let it lead you to greatness!
After a lengthy quiet period, NC State picked up two commitments on Monday evening, beginning with kicker Kyle Bambard, who hails from Michigan. Bambard is regarded as a top-10 placekicker in the 2014 class by the Kohl's Kicking camp evaluators, and judging by his stats, he's got some distance.
Bambard also played quarterback in high school, but obviously State doesn't need him there. No, State needs a kicker with an arm. Apparently that bad Nik Sade throw on a fake field goal attempt really etched itself in the minds of staff members.
Bambard: They don't want the specialist to just be a kicker, I'm a weapon when they want to go for it on fourth downs http://t.co/zp5O3LAd8U— Pack Pride (@PackPride) November 18, 2013
Bambard will be required to attend trick shot practice with the basketball team, and the fundamentals he learns there should flawlessly translate to the football field.
State also got a verbal from Stephen Louis, a consensus two-star receiver from Florida. Louis also has offers from Arkansas, West Virginia, and Minnesota, according to 247Sports.