The Wolfpacker

September 2017

The Wolfpacker: An Independent Magazine Covering NC State Sports

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18 ■ THE WOLFPACKER TRACKING THE PACK 6 Winners of the "transfer season" for men's basketball — NC State, Kansas, Arizona State, Iowa State, North Carolina and Oregon — according to "New coach Kevin Keatts brought in four trans- fers — two who can play immediately and a pair who will sit this season," they wrote. "Baylor's Allerik Freeman is a versatile guard who averaged 9.7 points and will be able to play this year as a grad transfer. Freeman, along with NC A&T grad transfer Sam Hunt (12.7 PPG), can shoot it from long distance." The two who will sit out are UNC Wilmington's C.J. Bryce, who averaged 17.4 points per game last year and will have two seasons of eligibility left after sitting out, and Utah's Devon Daniels, who averaged 9.9 points and 4.6 rebounds as a rookie and has three years to play. All four are listed as guards on the official roster, while both Bryce and Daniels check in at 6-5. 10 National ranking in attendance last year for NC State men's basketball. The Wolfpack averaged 15,906 fans at PNC Arena, which was fourth in the ACC. 28 National ranking among all college football players for NC State senior defensive end Bradley Chubb by "If he lives up to his potential, he's a likely first- round pick," the web site wrote. 30 Football recruiting team ranking for NC State by as of Aug. 14. The Wolfpack's 17-man haul was fifth in the ACC. 85 Percentage of the 2016 class was able to redshirt for NC State football, which was the highest in the ACC. 700 Pounds squatted by NC State senior defensive end Kentavius Street July 20. Director of strength and conditioning Dantonio Burnette tweeted a video of it, which racked up 435 retweets and over 1,100 likes. 2,000,000 Dollars per year, if incentives are reached, could be earned by former NC State point guard Dennis Smith Jr. for his three-year footwear and apparel deal with Under Armour. ■ By The Numbers Sponsored by: Colony Tire & Service 4th NC State sophomore center OMER YURTSEVEN'S tournament rank in scoring (17.0 points per game) and rebounding (11.4 boards per game) while representing his home country at the FIBA U20 European Championships in Greece in July. He also was second in blocks (2.1 per contest) and field goal percentage (61.3 percent) for Turkey, which fin - ished ninth. PHOTO BY KEN MARTIN

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