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Pompano native and Blanche Ely’s stud linebacker Terry McCray orally committed to the University of Miami in late July. McCray can potentially join the 2014 class of respectable prospects that Al Golden is eagerly looking to reload with. The word ‘potentially’ is used because LSU has offered McCray recently, therefore making his oral commitment to Miami soft all of sudden. Caneinsider asked McCray on where he stood directly.
“Yea, LSU offered me. I plan on taking a visit to Baton Rouge sometime in November. My cousin, Rashad Robinson, is a freshman cornerback down there. After the visit I’ll see if it’s for me or not.” said McCray.
LSU is no stranger in terms of recruiting from the Miami area with programs ties to Miami natives – Patrick Peterson and Dwayne Bowe being the most notable. Obviously, LSU is looking to use the family reunion of McCray and Robinson as leverage.
Through it all, McCray explained to Caneinsider that he’s been frequently talking with the Hurricanes coaching staff throughout his recent offer.
“I’m still in constant contact with Miami, though. I just spoke with [defensive backs] coach Paul Williams yesterday.”
So far this season Ely hasn’t started out how McCray had hoped. They’re sitting at a disappointing 0-2 and looking to turn that around Friday (9/20) at Glades Central beginning at 7:00 p.m.
“Since our defensive end has been injured, I’ve been asked to play D-end a lot more. I’m just looking to get our first win and gain some momentum.”
Although his team hasn’t collectively done well, McCray has. In two games he has 15 tackles along with 3 sacks using his versatility of athleticism and skill.
Recruiting wise, McCray currently seems to be in a gray area of uncertainty. His visit to Baton Rouge isn’t exactly a good sign, but the fact he’s in contact with the Hurricane coaching staff is. From here on out, it’s a waiting game on which hat he’ll place on his head signifying his real choice on signing day.
This article was written by Kenneth Patterson of CaneINsider.com. Patterson is a former FCS quarterback having played at North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. He’s now a recruiting writer for CaneINsider.
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