Again, what places can realistically be put on a list depend on what research you want to do.
NCSU is heavy on condensed matter, biophysics and nuclear physics, astro to a lesser extent; if any of these three things contain what you want, then OK, you can put NCSU on your list. But you have to see how you'd fit in a department and, within it, faculty; professors usually want you to have at least an idea of what you'd do for 2-3 years (Toronto, Waterloo; no direct PhD for you at these two schools with a 7.2) or 4-6 years (NCSU et al) although NCSU has an out that is contingent to passing the quals.
If, for instance, biophysics or condensed matter was your thing, you may put uOttawa (in Toronto's stead) or Georgetown; however, if space science is your thing, you may put Dartmouth. It may seem paradoxical to you but it really isn't since Georgetown and Dartmouth are, at best, low-mid tier schools in physics.