On today's segment of "Pack Pride Radio," hosts Dave Nathan and James Henderson talk with Pack Pride Football Recruiting Analyst Steve Williams about the commitments NC State received from Chapel Hill (NC) standouts Robert Crisp and Pete Singer.
Checking in at 6-foot-8 and 300 pounds, Crisp is rated No. 36 overall and the No. 5 offensive tackle in the country. Regarded as the top rising senior in the state of North Carolina, Crisp is the highest-ranked in-state recruit.
Boasting a tremendous frame, quick feet and above average athleticism, Crisp landed better than 30 scholarship offers from across the nation before committing to the Wolfpack.
Pete Singer has been a utility player of sorts for Chapel Hill, helping in a number of different ways. Lining up at safety, receiver, punt returner, and kick returner, Singer made his biggest splash on defense in 2008, totaling 77 tackles and three interceptions. A two-year starter, Singer believes he's set to have a big senior season.
He also carries a 4.0 GPA in the classroom, and his ties to NC State played a role in his decision to commit to the Wolfpack. Several of his family members attended the ACC program and his parents are season-ticket holders.
On this segment, Henderson and Williams evaluate the duo, discuss their potential impact overall on the 2010 class, and much more!
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Pack Pride Radio: Crisp, Singer Discussion (12:02)
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