It's a Saturday night red light alert, and a big one at that. NC State added a pair of in-state commitments to its 2015 class, including four-star running back Johnny Frasier, who had been committed to Florida State since last summer. The Wolfpack also received a verbal from defensive lineman Emmanuel Olenga, who decommitted from East Carolina just this afternoon. Both players are in Raleigh on an official visit this weekend.
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Red Light Saturday Night in Raleigh!!! Go Pack - Love it when the Family Grows STRONGER.— Dave Doeren (@StateCoachD) January 25, 2015
Red Light 2x - WOW. Break the Internet!— Clayton White (@coachwhitencsu) January 25, 2015
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Nyheim Hines was pleased to hear about this development.
Frasier's addition essentially completes the fantastic job that Dave Doeren and his staff did recruiting the state of North Carolina. Frasier is widely considered one of the top handful of players from NC, and he checks in at No. 76 overall in the 247Sports composite rankings.
With Frasier, NC State has four consensus four-star recruits in this class, and all of them are from North Carolina. That's incredible work in a short amount of time, especially considering Doeren's starting point.
Olenga is a solid addition as well--the consensus three-star prospect is listed by 247Sports at 6-5 and 240 pounds. He holds offers from Tennessee and several Big Ten schools, including Nebraska. He has a visit to Nebraska scheduled for next weekend, but perhaps now he won't be making the trip.