To say it has been a big week for NC State football recruiting is an understatement and the numbers are in to prove it. With three major commitments in two days and four in the last two weeks, the class of 2019 jumps to No. 20 in the 247Sports Composite Rankings and No. 13 in the 247Sports Rankings.

The addition of three-star OT Triston Miller closed out a successful month of June and had the program sitting at No. 25 in the 247Sports Composite Rankings and No. 24 by 247Sports before this week. In just one day, the Wolfpack was able to move up five spots in the composite rankings and seven spots in the 247Sports rankings.

It’s no surprise that this would be the case after the additions of highly-touted players Joshua Harris and Zonovan Knight, but the icing on the cake came when NC State landed Khalid Martin just 24 hours later. After adding these three to its commitment list, the class of 2019 sits at No. 20 in the country with a composite score of 203.25.

To clarify and breakdown the calculations, the 247Sports Recruiting Rankings factors only the ratings by 247Sports where as the composite rankings factor in rankings from other sites. According to the 247Sports composite rankings, Joshua Harris falls right behind Savion Jackson in the 2019 class rankings for NC State. He is listed as the No. 10 player in the state and the No. 16 defensive tackle. His score of .9043 in the 247Sports Rankings Database solely made major contributions to NC State’s total score adding 20.31 points.

The addition of running back Zonovan Knight turned heads to recruiting on the offensive side of the ball. The composite rankings put Knight as the No. 20 player in the state of North Carolina and No. 31 RB, which gives him a score of .8776. Together, Knight and Harris put NC State at 198.19 after Monday. On Tuesday, Khalid Martin topped it off by adding his score of .8810 to pull the Wolfpack's composite score to 203.25. Marting is the No. 36 safety in the country and the No. 18 prospect in the state according to the industry-generated 247Sports Composite.

If you thought June was a successful month for NC State football recruiting, July is clearly following up well. The class of 2019 alone now has five players in the top 25 in the state of North Carolina and four in the top 20.

With 18 total commitments, NC State is not done yet. The Pack will likely take between five and seven more prospects in this recruiting cycle. Position-wise, NC State hopes to add a quarterback, receiver, linebacker, cornerback, defensive end, safety and possibly a best available prospect.

The Wolfpack also has a chance to improve on its already impressive in-state haul with possible additions of big-time prospects such as J.R. Walker, Tyus Fields and Traveon Freshwater.

With five months until early signing day in December, it's safe to say NC State's 2019 recruiting class will be one to remember.