12/31/2012 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Tobais Palmer finished the season with a flurry of big games and it's the type of big-play ability the Wolfpack had been hoping for all season. The bowl will mark his final college game and he'll want to keep the momentum going in the right direction. He hasn't shied away from making inroads of being a leader among the receivers and his 2011 bowl performance helped set a high standard for this season. The Wolfpack might need bigger output from Palmer to keep up with Vanderbilt's explosive returnees on the other side. - The Sports Xchange
12/31/2012 - Scouting the North Carolina State special teams: The Wolfpack has a knack for making big plays on returns. The team also has a tendency of giving up big plays as well, so it has become a give and take in this department. Vanderbilt has return specialist Jonathan Krause to put some fear into the Wolfpack. WR Tobais Palmer of N.C. State is a dynamic player on returns, so he can be a difference maker. The Wolfpack is generally comfortable with K Niklas Sade so that can be a bonus. - The Sports Xchange
11/19/2012 - WEEK 12 ACC RECEIVER OF THE WEEK: Tobais Palmer, NC State, R-Senior, WR, 5-11, 175, Pittsboro, N.C.,...Palmer set an ACC and NC State record with 496 all-purpose yards against No. 11 Clemson, shattering the previous NC State high mark of 336 held by T.J. Graham, and the previous ACC mark of 411 yards, held by John Leach of Wake Forest (1993). The 496 yards is the second highest in NCAA FBS history. He set a school record for most kickoff return yards in a single game with 277 on the day, just six shy of the ACC record. The previous NC State record was 202 by Graham against Duke in 2009.
Palmer also finished with a career-best 219 yards receiving and three touchdown catches. The 219 yards receiving is the third most in a game in NC State history, only Torry Holt (twice in 1998) had more receiving yards in a single game. The 219 yards is the highest receiving output in the ACC in 2012. - ACC football
08/31/2012 - PLAYERS TO WATCH: WR Tobias Palmer -- He could be in line to become one of QB Mike Glennon's go-to receiving targets after a solid 2011. His 37 catches from last season make him the team's leading returning player in that category. He caught one touchdown pass in each of the last three games of 2011. - The Sports Xchange