The near-tragic car accident to NC State star redshirt junior outside linebacker Nate Irving is something no team should ever have to experience. The Wolfpacker takes a look at five areas that will need to be addressed during fall camp if Irving misses any game action this upcoming season.[details]
The Good: A tall, wide-bodied tight end with good power and pop on contact. Has the strength to handle the defensive end on the outside and uses his foot speed and quickness to get around and seal edges. Is a natural pass catcher and is smooth in and out of his breaks. Displays the body control to separate underneath. The Bad: Lacks any kind of explosiveness to his game and is unable to run down the field and attack the seam. Has battled injuries over the past two years, so durability is a big issue.