N.C. State football commitments Rob Crisp and Pete Singer enrolled at Athens Drive High on Monday.
The two former Chapel Hill High prospects had been practicing at Cedar Ridge High, but now are expected to join Coach Jeff Smouse's program at Athens.
"They would have enrolled on Friday, but our guidance department couldn't take them on Friday," Smouse said. "We're set to go now."
Crisp (6-foot-8, 300 pounds) is ranked as the top college prospect in the state and one of the top offensive line prospects in the country. Singer is a defensive back.
"Rob is the biggest player I've ever coached and one of the biggest I've ever seen," Smouse said. "Usually these 6-8 players are really a little over 6-5, but Rob is huge. Both of them seem to be nice guys."
Smouse said he believes the family will live near Lake Johnson in Raleigh, which is close to Athens Drive.
"Obviously, I'm excited to add two players of this quality," Smouse said. "I was talking with the coaches the other day, saying how much we needed another offensive lineman, then all of sudden one walks in.
"I don't pay any attention to the recruiting web sites so I didn't know anything about either one of these guys, but I understand they are both great players."
Neither player will be eligible to participate in Athens' scrimmage against Cardinal Gibbons and West Johnston on Friday, but both are expected to meet N.C. High School Athletic Association practice minimums before the first game at Sanderson on Aug. 21.