Monday, January 12, 2009

Top DT from Maryland picks Pack, too

N.C. State coach Tom O’Brien landed one of Maryland’s top prospects when defensive tackle Raynard Randolph of Gwynn Park High committed to the Wolfpack.

Randolph, who’s 6-foot-2 and 320 pounds, also considered Penn State, Michigan State, Illinois, Louisville and Maryland, according to Gwynn Park defensive coordinator Frederick Ford.

A four-year varsity starter, Randolph is rated as the 16th-best prospect in Maryland by rivals.com.

– Ken Tysiac

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ralph Friedgen can't keep any of the top recruits in his state. Its amazing...

704Champ said...

They're probably afraid he will eat them. Sound like a good signing for the Wolfpack, especially with AMC being a senior

ech2599 said...

Tom O'Brien is building a solid foundation in Raleigh.

Anonymous said...

Tom O'Brien isn't building anything but .500 program

Anonymous said...

a outstanding coach building a outstanding program, I expect big things for wolfpack

Anonymous said...

Anon 6:41...spoken like a worried tarhole fan, ha.

Rabbit said...

You're excited because you signed the 16th best prospect from Maryland?

Really?

Anonymous said...

The Holes will soon realize they have nothing but a glorified recruiter calling the shots. Now that Tommy B is gone he may be the worst game day coach in the ACC.

704Champ said...

Rabbit I'll take getting a commitment from a defensive tackle to having a quarterback transfer to a DIVISION 2 SCHOOL anyday!

Anonymous said...

Amen, 704Champ!