Receiver Harmon commits to N.C. State

NCSU may have wrapped up its class with a nice bang on Monday evening. Receiver Kelvin Harmon from Palmyra (N.J.) High, rated four stars by, announced his commitment to N.C. State over Miami on Twitter.

Harmon was a one-time South Carolina commit, and the Pack came second to the Gamecocks at that point. His decision to go with NCSU was not a surprising development.

The 6-2, 195-pounder was one of the most productive receivers all-time in the South Jersey region, setting a county record for career catches (165). He finished his senior season with 66 receptions for 1,111 yards and 14 touchdowns.

Harmon gives the Pack 23 verbal commitments and a nice finish to its class. Since Jan. 20, N.C. State has landed five pledges, including a pair of four stars on and two more three-stars who were nationally ranked at their positions and pursued by multiple power five programs.

The only known name that N.C. State remains involved with is touted three-star corner/safety Carlos Becker from Kissimmee (Fla.) Osceola High. The Wolfpack was considered Becker’s leader for most of his recruiting process, but with signing day a day away it appears that Florida State and Ohio State have leapfrogged N.C. State to the top of the list