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NC State wide receiver Copeland eligible for 2013-14 season

News ServicesJune 28, 2013 


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Travares Copeland, a 5-foot-11 transfer wide receiver from West Virginia, will be eligible to play this season for the Wolfpack after getting a waiver approved on Wednesday, according to N.C. State’s compliance department.

The sophomore caught 10 passes for 55 yards last season before leaving the Mountaineers on Nov. 8 for “personal reasons” following his most productive game of the season against TCU – six receptions for 40 yards.

The Port St. Lucie, Fla., native was rated a three-star recruit by at Treasure Coast High before his lone season with West Virginia. R. Cory Smith

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