North Carolina State already has one crowd pleasing point guard on their roster in freshman Ryan Harrow. Now, they've added another one thanks to a verbal commitment from Tyler Lewis.
Of course, because he's a member of the class of 2012, it's going to be a few years before Lewis arrives on campus.
Standing 5-foot-11 and weighing around 160 pounds, the Lewisville (N.C.) Forsyth Country Day star has learned to make up for being slightly undersized. He's skilled with the ball, makes those around him better and is among the best passers in the country regardless of class.
Lewis was in Raleigh for Thursday night's game against Florida State and saw enough to pull the trigger.
"It just seemed like a good fit for me," Lewis told Jacey Zembal of Thewolfpacker.com. "My dream has always been to play in the ACC. That is the best place for me to play and get to my full potential and be my best."
According to Lewis, head coach Sidney Lowe and his staff made him a priority.
"It meant a lot to me to be the top priority," Lewis said. "I was the only guard they offered in my grade, and that is always a good thing. That means I'm the only one that they were looking at."
A three-star prospect, Lewis is currently ranked #113 nationally in the 2012 Rivals150.