NC State finished the 2019 NFL draft with four total players selected. Garrett Bradbury, Germaine Pratt and Ryan Finley were all selected when expected, but Kelvin Harmon fell down the board. The Wolfpack had six players signed as undrafted free agents immediately following the draft, includ…
For the second year in a row, the NC State football team had an alum selected in the first round of the NFL draft. Center/guard Garrett Bradbury joined former edge rusher Bradley Chubb as a recent first-round pick from NC State. Linebacker Germaine Pratt, who took a huge step forward in his …
While the NC State offense is losing a number of players to the draft, but the defense only has a handful of defensive starters leaving the program. Here is a look at some of those players, and when and where they may be drafted:
The 2019 NFL draft will take place this week, starting Thursday night and lasting through Saturday. The NC State football team will have a number of players looking to be selected, with quite a few talented offensive weapons available.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Devin Leary passes during the Kay Yow Spring Game on Saturday, April 6, 2019 in Carter-Finley Stadium.
Junior wide receiver Emeka Emezie high-fives a young fan after the Kay Yow Spring Game on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Carter-Finley Stadium. Emezie will be a major contributor to the Wolfpack’s passing game this fall.
Three quarterbacks are jockeying for NC State football’s starting job, and in the Wolfpack’s annual Kay Yow Spring Game, redshirt sophomore quarterback Matt McKay showed why he’s considered the leader to start come this fall. McKay led all quarterbacks with 182 passing yards and a touchdown on 14-of-24 passing, adding in 28 yards and a touchdown on the ground.
This year’s Kay Yow Spring Game carried a bit more intrigue than it has the past few years for NC State football. With the departure of quarterback Ryan Finley, receivers Kelvin Harmon and Jakobi Meyers and a number of key contributors on both sides of the ball, there are battles for starting jobs at just about every position going into the 2019 season.