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7-6, 4th in ACC - Atlantic
Matthew Dayes draft highlights (1:00)

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Josh Jones is a good fit for Green Bay. He can play over the top as a 2-Deep safety, roll down or match up to TEs. 6-foot-1, 220 pounds with 4.41 speed and ball skills. Packers continue to upgrade the secondary after drafting CB Kevin King at No.33 overall.


Packers grab S Josh Jones

Green Bay maintained its focus on players in the secondary, taking N.C. State's Jones, who had 62 solo tackles last season.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

It's another defensive back for the Packers, who take N.C. State safety Josh Jones at No. 61. Eliot Wolf said they wanted to get more speed. Jones ran a 4.41 40-yard dash at the combine, while their first pick, cornerback Kevin King, ran a 4.43. Their secondary just got faster.

Josh Jones draft highlights (0:47)
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4dDavid M. Hale

Who is the ACC's next DeMarcus Walker?

The ACC is chock full of strong pass-rushers, including DeMarcus Walker's former teammates at Florida State and NC State's Bradley Chubb.

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7dDavid Ching

Moss' son transferring to LSU from NC State

NFL legend Randy Moss' son Thaddeus attended LSU's spring game Saturday and announced Sunday that he plans to transfer to the school from NC State.

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13dAdam Rittenberg

Make-or-break players: Jaylen Samuels

Head coach Dave Doeren and NC State need more consistency on offense, which could hinge on the extremely versatile Samuels.

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18dAndrea Adelson

Bill: If N.C. boycotted, schools would exit ACC

North Carolina legislators filed a new bill that would require UNC and NC State to exit the ACC should the conference boycott the state again.

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18dAdam Rittenberg

Future defense rankings: NC State

NC State returns All-American candidate Bradley Chubb and three other senior starters on the D-line. Overall, eight defensive starters will be back for the Wolfpack.

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25dDavid M. Hale

Why your team won't win the ACC in 2017

Spring is a time for optimism. But before you start saving for bowl tickets here's a look at why each team won't win the ACC.

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31dJared Shanker

NC State brings in graduate transfer kicker

NC State is bringing in Carson Wise, a graduate transfer out of Division II Carson-Newman, to help address its problem at kicker. The Wolfpack was 9-for-17 on field goals last season.

Jared Shanker ESPN Staff Writer 

Missed field goals against Clemson will be burned into the memories of NC State fans' minds for a long time, but the Wolfpack took a step in preventing a repeat in 2017, a critical year for the staff. They added Division II kicker Carson Wise (career 21 of 31), who will graduate transfer from Carson-Newman. He has two years of eligibility. Last week, coach Dave Doeren said spring practice had not solved the kicking woes.

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46dESPN.com staff

Roundtable: Which ACC coach needs a big spring?

Dave Doeren, Bronco Mendenhall and Steve Addazio face added pressure for different reasons this fall as their programs work to take the next step.

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