Despite losing a handful of key pieces on offense and one of the best punters in the country, NC State football is gearing up for a potentially special 2022 season.
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The class, ranked 32nd in the nation according to the 247 composite, was led by four-star prospects receiver Micah Crowell, linebacker Jordan Poole and quarterback Aaron McLaughlin.
NC State football took on a schedule harder than it would have to face in a regular season, 10 ACC games and a nonconference game against a ranked Liberty team, and kept finding ways to stay out of the loss column.
After a disastrous carousel for the quarterback position in 2019, there is no question who the starter is this season. Devin Leary started the last five games last season and has all the experience he needs to be the play caller.
With 24 days until NC State travels to Blacksburg, Virginia to face off against Virginia Tech, the Wolfpack began practices in full pads Wednesday. As the team and coaching staff gels together ahead of its 11-game schedule, here’s an early look at causes for optimism and concern in the form of a confidence index for the offense:
Head football coach Dave Doeren announced Tim Beck’s hiring as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Wednesday afternoon. Beck replaces co-offensive coordinator Des Kitchings, who was let go, while co-offensive coordinator George McDonald remains on staff as wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator and now adds the titles of assistant head coach and passing game coordinator. Kurt Roper, who has prior experience with running backs, will move from quarterbacks coach to coach that position group. Roper coached Arian Foster at Tennessee.