Hines is commit No. 1 for N.C. State in 2014.
Charlotte (N.C.) Christian School receiver Bo Hines went into his Tuesday evening visit to N.C. State with plans to commit and gave first-year head coach Dave Doeren and his staff the good news upon his arrival.
The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Hines chose the in-state Wolfpack over Nebraska, and becomes the first commit for N.C. State in the class-of-2014.
“I definitely wanted to be the first guy to help turn that program around, and I want to build a legacy at N.C. State, and hopefully other guys join me so we can build a dynasty up there,” Hines said.
As a junior, Hines used his 4.4 speed in the 40-yard dash to catch 45 passes for 794 yards and seven touchdowns. He added another two scores rushing and one by return. Last season on the track, Hines finished second in the state in the 100-meter dash.
Hines also visited with the new N.C. State coaching staff in early March.
“I think the situation sets up perfect,” he said. “Not many receivers on scholarship and they run a spread offense, and I really liked the coaching staff and I feel comfortable with them. I know that Coach Doeren is going to be a great head coach and I know he’s going to win up there. They have one goal up there and that’s to win the National Championship.”
Other programs to offer Hines include Appalachian State, Ball State, Charlotte, East Carolina, Marshall, Massachusetts and Ohio.