RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- One of the nation's top offensive line prospects has a short drive to continue his career in college.
North Carolina State announced its 19-player recruiting class Wednesday on Signing Day. The jewel of the crop was offensive tackle Robert Crisp -- who comes to campus from Raleigh's Athens Drive High School.
Coach Tom O'Brien says he wants to build "an NFL line, like we did at Boston College."
Scout.com rates Crisp as a five-star recruit and says he's the nation's fourth-best prospect at offensive tackle.
The recruiting service Scout.com rated N.C. State's class in the middle of the pack in the Atlantic Coast Conference and 41st nationally.
Another signee, Durham receiver Anthony Creecy, is a four-star prospect according to Scout.com.
2010 recruiting class:
David Amerson 6-3 180 DB Greensboro, North Carolina
Billy Bennett 6-1 220 PK San Diego, California
Torian Box 6-3 295 OL College Park, Georgia
Tyler Brosius 6-6 233 QB Waynesville, North Carolina
Anthony Creecy 6-0 196 RB Durham, North Carolina
Robert Crisp 6-7 299 OL Raleigh, North Carolina
Tyson Chandler 6-6 340 OL North Plainfield, New Jersey
D.J. Green 6-4 205 DB Macon, Georgia
Mustafa greene 6-0 190 RB Irmo, South Carolina
Dontae Johnson 6-3 180 DB Pennington, New Jersey
Andy Jomantas 6-7 260 OL Dayton, Ohio
Art Norman 6-1 225 DE Stone Mountain, Georgia
Tobais Palmer 5-11 175 Athlete Pittsboro, North Carolina
Raynard Randolph 6-2 325 DT Brandywine, Maryland
Theo Rich 6-3 225 DE Portal, Georgia
Pete Singer 5-11 190 DB Raleigh, North Carolina
Thomas Teal 6-2 315 DT Bennettsville, South Carolina
Bryan Underwood 5-11 170 WR University Heights, Ohio
Logan Winkles 6-0 240 FB Thomaston, Georgia
David Akinniyi 6-4 250 DE Carrolton, Texas
A.J. Ferguson 6-3 270 DE Southport, North Carolina
Mikel Overgaard 6-6 280 OL Weiser, Idaho
Deion Roberson 6-3 275 DT Atlanta, Georgia