The Philadelphia Eagles have selected North Carolina State safety Earl Wolff in the fifth round of the NFL draft.
Wolff, a 5-foot-11, 209-pound strong safety, was chosen Saturday with the 136th overall pick. Earlier, the Eagles traded up to take Southern California quarterback Matt Barkley in the fourth round.
Wolff was a first-team All-ACC player as a senior. He had 19 tackles...
Via AP on Fox
April 27, 2013
NC State safety Earl Wolff
Green Bay Packers NFL Draft prospect profile: S Earl Wolff
Earl Wolff, S North Carolina St.
5-11, 209 pounds
Hometown: Raeford, N.C.
40 time: 4.40
20-yard shuttle: 4.07
Broad jump: 11′ 2″
Vertical jump: 39″
News and Notes:
Three-year starter at North Carolina State … Former head coach Tom O’Brien once called...
The East Team has day three of practice for the East-West Shrine Game under its belt and North Carolina State safety Earl Wolff has stood out among a talented group. Wolff says he's already grown a lot this week and has enjoyed playing against some tough competition. The senior defensive back knows he can be a weapon at the next level.
The North Carolina State football team is at a crossroads not unlike some others in college football this season.
The Wolfpack is dealing with a coaching change, as Tom OBrien was fired after six seasons and replaced by Dave Doeren of Northern Illinois, but with a bowl game still to play.
But Doeren, whose Huskies are making history themselves, wont coach anyone this month. He...
RALEIGH, N.C. -- NC State safety Earl Wolff appeared to injure his groin in the second half of the Wolfpack's game two weeks ago against Connecticut.
The Wolfpack has been a team that has teetered near destruction at times this season, yet seems to excel with its backs to the wall.
It will have a final chance to continue a late-season resurgence by playing in the Belk Bowl in Charlotte, N.C., against Louisville. It's a matchup of teams with 7-5 records.
The Wolfpack needed the seven victories to qualify for a bowl game because...