Recruiting expert logs prediction for NC State to flip 4-star RB Anthony Carrie from Michigan State

On3 imageby:Collin Ginnan11/16/23


North Carolina State recruiting insider Ethan McDowell has logged an expert prediction for NC State to flip the commitment of Tampa (Fla.) Carrollwood Day four-star running back Anthony Carrie from Michigan State.

McDowell’s prediction came with a 60% confidence level not long after Carrie visited Raleigh for the Wolfpack’s game against Miami.

“The visit went really well, extremely well, extremely good vibes,” Carrie told The Wolfpacker after his visit at the top of the month. “Overall, a really good visit. There is nothing to really complain about or anything, it’s just all about making a decision from here.”

Carrie is the nation’s No. 317 overall prospect in the 2024 cycle according to the On3 Industry Ranking — a weighted average that utilizes all four major recruiting media companies. He is the cycle’s No. 24 running back and No. 43 recruit from Florida.

The 5-foot-11, 195-pound Carrie does not currently have a publicly listed On3 NIL Valuation.The On3 NIL Valuation is the industry’s leading index that sets high school and college athletes’ projected annual value (PAV). The NIL valuation does not act as a tracker of the value of NIL deals an athlete has completed to date. It rather signifies an athlete’s value at a certain moment in time.

Michigan State hoping to hold 2024 class together

Michigan State fired head coach Mel Tucker in September following allegations of sexual misconduct.

Baltimore St. Frances Academy three-star offensive tackle Logan Bennett decommitted from Michigan State on November 7. Bennett was the sixth former Spartan commit to reopen his recruitment this cycle. Miami Norland four-star cornerback Jamari Howard decommitted back in May. Centerville (Ohio) four-star safety Reggie Powers left the class in late September before pledging to Oklahoma.

Mount Pleasant (Michigan) four-star interior offensive lineman Andrew Dennis, Syracuse (N.Y.) Christian Brothers Academy three-star wide receiver Syair Torrence and Tampa Bay Tech three-star cornerback Camren Campbell still have open recruitments.