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2011 Cary prospect picks up Division-I interest


Jun 26, 2009

Noel Mazzone's N-Zone Football camp at Cardinal Gibbons High School (June 25, 2009)

Kameron Bryant has picked up some interest from Division-I programs in recent weeks, and he has started camping at some of those schools.

Bryant, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound quarterback made a move from Green Hope High School to Panther Creek High School this summer after moving out of the Green Hope district. But Bryant, who won't turn 16-years-old until July, got his first collegiate looks while at Green Hope.

"One day at school [Duke assistant coach Scottie] Montgomery came and talked to me," Bryant said.

Last week, Bryant attended the Duke prospect camp.

“I think [Duke head coach David] Cutcliffe is as good as advertised," said Bryant. "His whole coaching staff knows football, and they’re really trying to change the program.”

Bryant spent two days at the camp - Thursday and Friday - and came away impressed with what he saw.

“They’re going to do a really good job at Duke,"

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Middle Creek's Moore receiving football, basketball interest


Jun 24, 2009

Middle Creek's Jon Moore sets the offense during a game against Panther Creek on January 16, 2009, in Raleigh, N.C. Panther Creek won 60-48. (Photo by Grant Halverson)

Middle Creek's Jon Moore sets the offense during a game against Panther Creek on January 16, 2009, in Raleigh, N.C. Panther Creek won 60-48. (Photo by Grant Halverson)

Jon Moore, a rising sophomore at Middle Creek, may have the opportunity to choose between college football and basketball when it comes time to sign his National Letter of Intent in a few years.

Moore, a 6-foot, 175-pound wide receiver and point guard has begun to receive some interest from football and basketball coaches at the collegiate level.

For football, N.C. State and South Carolina have both invited Moore to their elite camps this summer. But Moore said N.C. State has shown the most interest of any other football program thus far.

"An N.C. State coach came to school one day but I was at a basketball tournament," said Moore. "The coach was asking about me, though."

Moore will attend the N.C. State on Wednesday.

According to Moore, basketball coaches from The Citadel, Columbia, N.C. State, Old Dominion, Richmond and Winthrop have all made at least some contact with him as well. But again, Moore said N.C. State had shown the most

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Highlights: Millbrook WR Scott Gray


Jun 24, 2009

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Highlights: Southeast Raleigh linebacker Chisom Anen


Jun 23, 2009

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N.C. State headed for a big recruiting season


Jun 23, 2009

Hillside's Treshaun Council, right, pulls down Southern's Tony Creecy during the NCHSAA playoffs Friday, November 21, 2008 at Durham County Memorial Stadium in Durham, NC. Hillside won 7-0.(Jeffrey A. Camarati/WRAL.com)

Hillside's Treshaun Council, right, pulls down Southern's Tony Creecy during the NCHSAA playoffs Friday, November 21, 2008 at Durham County Memorial Stadium in Durham, NC. Hillside won 7-0.(Jeffrey A. Camarati/WRAL.com)

The weekend oral commitment of Southern Durham High receiver Anthony Creecy was more evidence that N.C. State may be poised for a big year when it comes to landing in-state talent.

Creecy is the second player making a pledge to the Wolfpack's Class of 2010 who is regarded as the best in the state at his position. The two major recruiting networks, Rivals.com and Scout.com, both have Creecy and Chapel Hill offensive tackle Robert Crisp in their early list of the nation's Top 100 prospects. Crisp committed to N.C. State in April.

The impressive start is a contrast to a year ago when the Wolfpack didn't sign a single player ranked in the state's top 10 and had only three in the top 30 - linebacker Ricky Dowdy, quarterback Everett Proctor and defensive lineman Sylvester Crawford.

This could be shaping up to be a year more like 2008 when N.C. State grabbed the state's No. 1 linebacker (Terrell Manning) and top offensive lineman (R.J. Mattes). The Wolfpack

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