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Posted On: 06/8/21 2:51 PM

Just over a week into perhaps the busiest recruiting month on record after the end of the longest NCAA dead period in Division 1 college football history, players across the state are hitting camps all over the country. The return of in-person evaluations has led to an uptick in offers and recruiting interest. Here, we’ll break down some of those new developments on the recruiting trail. In this installment, we’re focused on the defensive players taking visits and earning offers.

Top Guys Taking Their Visits

For a lot of the guys more advanced in their recruitment, June has presented the opportunity to visit some of the schools that have offered. Several players have been busy already this month, including West Brunswick linebacker  Carter Wyatt Carter Wyatt 6'2" | LB West Brunswick | 2022 State NC , who has visited ECU, NC State and South Carolina unofficially and Duke officially. He has plans to see Syracuse and Georgia Tech officially later this month. It’s not a bad visit schedule for a guy that started the spring season with no offers, especially now that he holds nearly 20 offers.

New Bern 2023 defensive tackle KJ Sampson KJ Sampson 6'4" | DL New Bern | 2023 State NC  has long been near the top of our rankings and he’s catching the attention of several

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