Guilford County Kids Desean Boykin(Ragsdale HS), Colin Smith(Eastern Guilford HS), and Bryson Speas(Dudley HS) leading N.C. State Wolfpack into Death Valley to take on the Clemson Tigers

TONIGHT on ABC TV/local TV 45, you can see the Guilford County Kids, Desean Boykin from Ragsdale High School, Colin Smith from Eastern Guilford High School, and Bryson Speas from Dudley High School, as they lead the N.C. State Wolfpack into Death Valley to take on the Clemson Tigers…Game can also be heard locally on 105.7 FM radio, and you will always be able to get major details on the Wolfpack games, at…..

You will be able to see those Guilford County kids on the field for the Pack, with Colin Smith, from Eastern Guilford HS handling all of the N.C. State kickoffs, and he is the backup man on the field goals, and extra point/PAT kicks…Then you have Desean Boykin in the defensive secondary for N.C. State…Desean usually lines up at cornerback, for the Pack…And you have Bryson Speas, from James B. Dudley High School, here in Greensboro, and Bryson works along the offensive line for the Wolfpack, and he is also an N.C. State Wolfpack team captain…Speas most often goes at guard for the Pack, on the O-line…

And there you have them…These three Guilford County Kids will be out there TONIGHT for the #10 ranked N.C. State Wolfpack(4-0), as the face the #5 ranked Clemson Tigers(4-0), there in Death Valley, on national television/ABC TV…

Desean Boykin-RHS
Bryson Speas-DHS
Colin Smith-EGHS

Guilford County Kids/Young Men repping our spot on the local map, and repping the 336……

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This is NC State’s, and Devin Leary’s, moment (or at least, it better be)
No. 10 NC State at No. 5 Clemson (7:30 p.m., ABC/ESPN app)

“Dream game. The biggest game I’ve ever been in. The biggest game a lot of these players have ever been in.” That’s how NC State defensive back Devan Boykin(Ragsdale High School) described Saturday night’s game against Clemson on This is officially rarefied air for Dave Doeren’s Wolfpack; for all the high-level talent NC State has sent to the pros — nine top-10 draft picks, three All-Pro quarterbacks (Roman Gabriel, Philip Rivers, Russell Wilson) — the program has never finished a season in the AP top 10. This is somehow the program’s first “top 10 vs. top 10” matchup; it’s Clemson’s eighth in just the last three calendar years.

NC State began this season at No. 13, tied for its best-ever preseason ranking, and after nearly falling victim to a Week 1 upset bid from East Carolina, the Wolfpack have beaten cupcakes Charleston Southern and UConn and taken down a solid Texas Tech team 27-14 in Raleigh. Doeren has been slowly building toward this point for a while, with nine-win seasons in 2017, 2018 and 2021, and while Clemson’s offense seems to be rebounding from an awful 2021, the Tigers’ defense appears as vulnerable as it’s been in years. This is all setting up as Devin Leary’s moment. Let’s see if he can take advantage.