North Carolina State was host to many of the top prospects in the Tar Heel State over the weekend. The Wolfpack junior day brought in talented recruits including Charlotte (N.C.) Independence wide receiver Javon Rembert.
"It was a good visit up there," he said. "They showed me around campus, the facilities and I ate lunch with some of the players. This time, the stadium was expanded. I think they added more seats which was good to see.
"I also talked to coach Dana Bible for a bit. He mostly asked if I was interested in coming there and I told him I really liked the facilities and would think about it."
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After the visit, North Carolina State now leads for Rembert's services.
"Right now I'd say North Carolina State is on top followed by South Carolina, North Carolina and Boston College," he said. "Those are the four schools showing me the most interest.
"They are on top mainly because of the visit. I was really amazed with the facilities and they have a good program."
Rembert plans to attend the Shrine Bowl combine later this spring.