Kyrin Priester close to decommitting 

November, 25, 2012
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After the news of N.C. State coach Tom O’Brien being let go on Sunday, Kyrin Priester (Snellville, Ga./Brookwood), the Wolfpack’s top commitment in the 2013 class, is close to decommitting.

“I was kind of mad at first, but now I am just trying to see who the new coach is and see how everything is,” Priester said. “I am pretty much going to open it back up, depending on what happens with Coach [Troy] Walters. If he is fired, I am not going there.”

The wide receivers coach spoke to the ESPN 300 wideout Sunday to give him the news that he might not be at N.C. State much longer, and that Priester should consider looking at his options.
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