Talented athlete has some visits set
Charles Drake & Jesse McCormack/ThaRinger.Com
For the third straight year the state of Kansas has produced one of
prospects in the country. This years phenom is Bishop Miege High School's Justin
McCay, one of the most impressive, college ready, and versatile recruits in the
nation for 2010.
Arguably one of the best athletes in this class, McCay doesn't just excel at
football. In 2008, he was a standout forward on the Bishop Miege basketball team
and a member of the elite Kansas City AAU team, Pump N' Run, a team he has won
two national championships with.
While his exploits on the basketball court are impressive, everyone knows his
real calling is between the goalposts on the football field.. The only question is where does the
talented WR/S want to play in college?
"Most schools are recruiting me at receiver, and I prefer receiver" McCay said
"I also play safety and kick returner for my high school team"
Going into his Senior season at Bishop Miege, McCay hopes to better refine his
grasp of the receiver position and one thing he feels he needs to improve is his
Despite what improvements Justin may need, when you are 6'3", 200 pounds with
4.4 speed and the ability to play wide receiver like Larry Fitzgerald on offense
and fly to the ball while hitting like a mack truck on defense; someone is going
to notice. And have they ever; McCay has offers from pretty much every major
college football program in the country.
Out of his 30 plus offers, Justin states he has no leader at this point, but a
couple of schools have already been penciled in for an official visit.
"I definitely want to go to Oklahoma, Florida, and probably Notre Dame."
An upcoming unofficial visit McCay confirmed is this week's Friday Night
Light's, an elite football camp put on by the University of Florida.
Whether it be Florida, Oklahoma, Notre Dame, or one of the in state schools,
Justin knows what he's looking for in his college of choice.
"My major of criminal justice will be big, and also the coaching staff."
- McCay will play in the Army All-American Game in
- He states that Tyler Reid, now of Nebraska, is the best player he's ever
played with or against.
- Patterns his game after Arizona Cardinal WR Larry Fitzgerald
- McCay says he stays in contact with current Oklahoma QB commit Blake Bell
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