GREENSBORO, N.C. -- N.C. State safety Earl Wolff certainly doesn't lack for confidence. The 6-foot-tall, 207-pound senior has been one of the better defensive backs in the ACC for the last two years. He had two forced fumbles, two interceptions and mutiple passes defended in 2011 to follow up a stellar 2010 campaign.
Wolff believes N.C. State's secondary is the best in the conference and thinks the Wolfpack can be the best in the nation. With Wolff and corner David Amerson, who intercepted 13 passes in 2011, the 'Pack has an argument for the honor.
He also believes the 'Pack can win the conference this season. N.C. State is currently a longshot to win the ACC according to the boys in Vegas. Wolff indicated that winning the conference would be incredibly meaningful to their fans.
As for difficult quarterbacks to face, Wolff pegged E.J. Manuel of Florida State as the toughest signal caller to face off against.
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