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NC State announces 17 signees in 2020 football recruiting class

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Welcome to the party

Syracuse v North Carolina State Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

Seventeen players signed their letters of intent to play football at NC State on Wednesday, and that accounts for everybody currently committed to the Wolfpack for 2020. State could still add to this bunch between today and February.

The Wolfpack did suffer another defection here at the end, as offensive lineman Austin Blaske flipped from State to Georgia. Recruiting boards tend to shuffle right around signing day, and whatever happened with UGA led to them extending Blaske a late offer. Blaske is from Georgia. Alas, what can ya do.

2020 Signees

Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown High School/Last School
Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Hometown High School/Last School
Devon Betty LB 6-1 215 Miramar, Fla. St. Thomas Aquinas HS
Devan Boykin* DB 5-11 175 Greensboro, N.C. Ragsdale HS
Jalen Coit* WR 5-11 160 Cheraw, S.C. Cheraw HS
Ben Finley* QB 6-3 190 Phoenix, Ariz. Paradise Valley HS
Sean Hill* OL 6-3 300 Snellville, Ga. Brookwood HS
Ethan Lane* OL 6-3 275 Lawrenceville, Ga. Archer HS
Patrick Matan OL 6-4 290 Chevy Chase, Md. Gonzaga College HS
Nehki Meredith* DB 5-9 175 Virginia Beach, Va. Bishop Sullivan HS
Jayland Parker* LB 6-2 215 Macon, Ga. Westside HS
Porter Rooks* WR 6-1 190 Charlotte, N.C. Myers Park HS
Joshua Pierre-Louis DB 5-9 165 Riviera Beach, Fla. The Benjamin School
Chris Scott WR 6-0 160 Dacula, Ga. Dacula HS
Anthony Smith WR 6-1 185 Huntingtown, Md. Huntingtown HS
Ezemdi Udoh TE 6-5 240 Fayetteville, N.C. Terry Sanford HS
Davin Vann DL 6-2 275 Cary, N.C. Cary HS
Aydan White DB 6-0 170 Asheville, N.C. Christ School
Ian Williams K/P 6-3 180 Charlotte, N.C. Weddington HS

Players with an asterisk by their name intend to enroll in January, and that includes quarterback Ben Finley, who is coming to save us all!!!!!! Um, y’know, no pressure or what have you.

Dave Doeren met with the media to discuss the class and you can listen to his remarks here.

The recruiting class ranks 45th in the 247 Composite after Blaske’s departure, and eighth within the ACC. That’s a bit lower in the national rankings than State’s been over the last couple years, but in terms of average prospect rating, this group is comparable to those.