N.C. State can only hope Dave Doeren works as quickly in the win-loss column. The first-year coach made over his first recruiting class in less than two months on the job.
N.C. State signed 23 recruits and added two transfers on Signing Day on Wednesday, 13 of the 25 new players committed after Doeren was hired to replace Tom O'Brien on Dec. 1.
A 14th new player, running back Matt Dayes originally committed to O'Brien then re-upped with Doeren after re-opening his recruitment. Dayes, an all-state running back from Weston, Fla., chose the Wolfpack over Vanderbilt and could turn out to be the prize of the class.