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NC State’s 2021 National Signing Day haul is nearly complete

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NCAA Football: North Carolina State at Syracuse Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports

The early signing period in college football is underway, and NC State already has had 17 of its 19 verbal commitments sign their scholarship paperwork this morning. This includes top prospects the the class like quarterback Aaron McLaughlin, LB/ATH Jordan Poole, WR Micah Crowell, and DE Travali Price.

2021 Signees (so far)

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown High School
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown High School
Jakolbe Baldwin WR 6-1 175 Hamlet, N.C. Richmond HS
Sean Brown DB 6-1 190 Charlotte, N.C. Hough HS
Lyndon Cooper OL 6-3 315 Carrollton, Ga. Carrollton HS
Micah Crowell WR 6-2 205 Winston-Salem, N.C. East Forsyth HS
Nate Evans DB 6-1 175 Virginia Beach, Va. Cox HS
Caden Fordham LB 6-1 205 Ponte Vedra, Fla. The Bolles School
Thornton Gentry OL 6-5 290 Chapin, S.C. Chapin HS
Julian Gray WR 5-11 175 Charlotte, N.C. Hopewell HS
Chase Hattley DB 6-3 205 Cary, N.C. Panther Creek HS
Mario Love, Jr. DB 5-9 170 Cornelius, N.C. Hough HS
Aaron McLaughlin QB 6-5 220 Cumming, Ga. Denmark HS
Jordan Poole LB 6-0 215 Locust, N.C. West Stanly HS
Travali Price DL 6-4 260 Lincolnton, N.C. North Lincoln HS
Zyun Reeves DL 6-7 265 Winston-Salem, N.C. East Forsyth HS
Fredrick Seabrough TE 6-4 215 Swainsboro, Ga. Swainsboro HS
Demie Sumo RB 6-0 200 Willingboro, N.J. Willingboro HS
Jayden Tate DL 5-11 250 Lincolnton, N.C. North Lincoln HS

You can follow the signings and read bios on each player at GoPack.com ‘s Signing Day Central. (Or at your recruiting website of choice, no doubt.) NC State has also done a good job spotlighting each recruit on Twitter with short highlight clips like this one:

Dave Doeren will hold a press conference at 4:30 p.m. to discuss his latest recruiting class. It looks like it’s gonna be a nice drama-free day, which is fine by me.

NC State’s 2021 recruiting class is No. 31 in the 247 Composite team rankings, and No. 6 among ACC schools. After a slow start to the cycle, it ended up being another typically solid class for Doeren.