The day after N.C. State defeated unbeaten Florida State in one of college football's biggest stunners of the season, the Wolfpack has landed one of the better players from the metro-Atlanta area.
Kyrin Priester was once committed to Georgia.
"I committed [to N.C. State] this morning," receiver Kyrin Priester of Snellville (Ga.) Brookwood told 247Sports.
A one-time Georgia commit, Priester is a three-star prospect ranked as the No. 39 prospect in Georgia by 247Sports. Additionally, he is No. 51 among receivers nationally.
Priester made an official visit to Raleigh, N.C., this weekend and attended Saturday's 17-16 win over No. 3-ranked Florida State.
"I was at the game and it was fun," Priester said. "The atmosphere was crazy and it was a good game. N.C. State kept playing until it was over. They kept fighting and working together and it all came through for them in the end."
Georgia, South Carolina, Purdue and TCU were some of the other programs involved in Priester's recruitment.
"I have a great relationship with coach [Mike] Reed and the new wide receiver coach, Coach [Troy] Walters," Priester said. "Everyone made me feel at home, and I'll be playing with my best friend [Wolfpack linebacker commit] Jerod Fernandez."
Priester used to live in central Florida. Fernandez was a teammate of his at Lake Mary.
Priester said he does not know if he will make official visits to any other schools.