30 Workpeh Kofa WR N/A Independence
Kofa is the third Independence prospect in the top 30. He is a big-play wide receiver and a
huge part of a loaded Independence squad.
31 Dexter Wright DB N.C. State Hunt
Wright is another prospect that is blessed with great size. He’s listed at 6-3, 205 pounds
and is a hard hitter with great ball skills.
32 Trip McNeill OL Duke Davie County
McNeill committed early to Duke and is a great fit for the Blue Devils’ system. He moves well
for his size and does a good job finishing his blocks.
33 Deshaywn Middleton DT N.C. State Parkland
Middleton is consistently one of the top defensive tackles on the camp/combine circuit.
He’s powerful and uses his hands extremely well.
34 Shaun Wilson RB N/A West Meck
Wilson transferred to West Meck last season and helped lead the Hawks to a deep playoff
run. He is one of the most electric playmakers in the state.
35 B. J. Hill ATH N.C. State West Stanly
Hill is a jumbo athlete at 6-2, 240 pounds. He was injured early in his junior season but
returned later in the year. He’s one of the most underrated prospects in the state.
36 Maurice Trowell WR N.C. State Southern Durham
Trowell had a fabulous junior season for Southern Durham. He’s one of the most consistently productive wide receivers in the state
37 Coult Culler LB N.C. State Laney
Culler is a tackling machine and he’s a huge linebacker at 6-4, 225 pounds. He made a commitment to the Wolf Pack in the spring and is easily one of the top linebackers in the state.
38 Jaylan Barbour WR/DB N/A Monroe
Barbour burst onto the recruiting scene after a big sophomore year where he made plays
on both sides of the ball. He battled injuries last season but was still a dangerous playmaker at wide receiver.
39 Raphael Montgomery LB N/A Mooresville
Montgomery has solid cover skills for a linebacker and he’s a good tackler. He has improved his speed and had a solid year last season for Mooresville.
40 Bo Hines WR N.C, State Charlotte Christian
Hines made an early commitment to N.C, State and there were some other high-level
programs that were interested in him. He’s a solid athlete that runs good routes and has
41 Curtis Burston WR N/A Middle Creek
Burston is one of the top wide receivers in the state and college coaches love his size at 6-2,
205 pounds. He’s another prospect that has been making plays since his sophomore year.
42 Dominique Heath WR N/A Hopewell
Heath has an early offer from Ball State and was one of the top players in Mecklenburg
County last season. He also won wide receiver MVP honors at the Charlotte Nike NF TC.
43 Mike Stevens WR/DB N/A Davidson Day
Stevens had a great year on both sides of the ball for his state championship squad. He has
received early offers from ECU, Kentucky and UNC Charlotte.
44 Kerrion Moore RB/DB Duke Hunter Huss
Moore is very dangerous with the ball in his hands. He can beat you as a running back, slot
receiver, cornerback and in the return game.
45 Marcelias Sutton ATH N.C. State James Kenan
Sutton is considered small at 5-8, 171 pounds but pound for pound he is one of the best
athletes in the state. He makes plays at running back, wide receiver and in the return game.
46 Oshane Ximines DE/LB Old Dominion Hertford County
Ximines has some early offers from the likes of Cincinnati, ECU and Old Dominion. He
wreaked havoc at defensive end last season but some schools like him as a possible
47 J’Veon Walker DB/WR N/A Southwest Onslow
Walker was very impressive in the state title game and he is ultra-smooth on the football
field. At 6 -1, 185 pounds, he is one to watch this season.
48 Hasaan Klugh QB N/A Central Cabarrus
Klugh helped resurrect Central Cabarrus from being a perennial doormat for opposing
Cabarrus County schools. He’s very athletic and one of the top quarterbacks in the state.
49 Kyle Erickson OL East Carolina Jack Britt
Erickson helps anchor arguably the top offensive line in the state. He’s technically sound
with good size at 6-4, 275 pounds.
50 Tony Adams OL N.C. State Independence
Adams started as a sophomore at defensive tackle but made the transition to offensive
line last season. He has a mean streak and is a true road grader.
51 Jaylen Samuels ATH N.C. State Mallard Creek
Samuels was a safety his sophomore year and was moved to an H-Back type of position his
junior season. He made plays at running back, receiver and tight end.
52 Marlin Johnson WR/DB N/A Carrboro
Johnson was a big part of Carrboro’s state title game appearance last season. He made
plays at wide receiver and defensive back.
53 Cameron Mattison DB N/A Mallard Creek
Mattison is a defensive back that has great ball skills. Most schools like him at safety but
some feel he could grow into an outside linebacker.
54 Jerell Reaves DT N/A Mooresville
Reaves transferred from North Iredell to Mooresville for his junior season. He was a defensive end his sophomore year and last season he gained some weight in order to be around
the 280-pound mark.
55 Yiannis Bowden DE N/A Glenn
Bowden has a solid frame at 6-5, 215 pounds and he’s a good basketball player. He is still
raw at defensive end but has a lot of upside.
56 Deion Jones LB N/A South Point
Jones helped lead South Point to a deep playoff run and will be a big part of what should
be a loaded defense this season.
57 Garrett Bradbury TE N.C. State Charlotte Christian
Bradbury made an early commitment to N.C. State and also made some solid plays for
Charlotte Christian last season at defensive end.
58 Austin Proehl WR N/A Providence
Son of former NFL player Ricky Proehl, Austin is looking to make a name for himself. He
has an early offer from Wake Forest and was also a solid quarterback for Providence when
they needed him last season.
59 Kealand Dirks RB N/A West Forsyth
Dirks is originally from Texas and he is a bigger back at 6-0, 210 pounds. He runs a sub- 4. 6
in the 40-yard dash and has a ton of upside.
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