North Carolina State pulled in another commit from the state of New Jersey earlier today as class of 2018 WR Jasiah Provillon posted his announcement to commit today via Twitter.The 6-foot-3, 180-pound Irvington High School product is ranked the 65th wide receiver prospect in the country along with the 16th overall recruit in NJ for the class of 2018.
Class of 2018 WR Jasiah Provillon made the decision to commit to the Wolfpack over 18 other offers from the likes of Boston College, UConn, Indiana, Louisville, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi State, Pittsburgh, Penn State, and more. He discussed the commitment with us here at NJVaristy.com.
“I committed to NC State because I feel like it is the best fit for me,” Provillon told NJVarsity. “Coach McDonald the wide receiver coach down at NC State recruited me the hardest. We built a great relationship with each other and he really wanted me over at NC State the most.”
Provillon went on to rave a little bit more in detail about Coach McDonald and his recruiting pitch he used.
“He is obviously a real good recruiter because we built a real good relationship quickly. He’s a great receiver coach and his resume backs those facts up. He’s also always looking for a way to expand his football knowledge too,” said Provillon.
Last time that Provillon was down in Raleigh was back in April to check out the team’s spring game.
“It was my first time there. It was a great visit, and I got chance to watch the team’s game. After that I hung out with the staff, and saw all the facilities. I really liked everything I saw. I also spoke with Coach Doeren, he was full on energy and seems like a fun guy to be around. I plan on heading back down on June 24th,” Provillon said.
Currently NC State also has another Jersey guy committed in 4-Star QB Devin Leary out of Timber Creek High School. The combo of Leary and Provillon have already started forming a solid bond with one another.
“Leary and myself are building our relationship right now. We’re ready to walk in and take over together. As for other NJ guys, I’m not even sure who else has an NCST offer in Jersey to be honest. I know they got the Tight End kid out of Shawnee (Daevon Robinson) to commit, they are really high on him. Right now though I think Coach Doeren is pretty satisfied,” said Provillon.
As of right now Provillon doesn’t plan on early enrolling at all and hopes to enjoy the rest of his senior year and upcoming senior season.
“I’m not early enrolling at all, I plan on staying in school throughout my senior season. I hope to achieve 1000+ receiving yards this season and a state championship to Irvington,” Provillon said.
Stay tuned for more on Provillon and other 2018 recruits right here on NJVarsity.com!