Dee McClure followed up
that performance with even better work last weekend at Auburn's summer
camp. He ran a 4.4 forty on the track and had a shuttle of 4.2 with a 35
What he was not able to do at Nike because of the rain was show his ability to cover receivers, something he did exceptionally well as a junior. Last season McClure had 44 tackles and 6 interceptions.
He began to return punts midway through
the season, and he averaged 20 yards per return on 11
McClure has also attended Tennessee's summer camp, and he will be going to Florida State next.
"I had a real good day testing at Auburn," said McClure. "I was supposed to go to UCF for one of their camps, but I am on a family vacation, so I'm going to miss it. The next camp I'm going to is Florida State.
"I might do some team
passing camps after that, but I don't know if I'll be doing any more
McClure's recent performances have increased the number of schools interested. "Right now I'm looking at Auburn, UCF, Florida State,
and Alabama," he said. "Georgia would probably be my fifth school for a Top
McClure has the speed to play corner and the strength to play safety. "It really doesn't matter to me which position I play," he said. "I'm being recruited to play defensive back."
McClure will team with Tyrone King to form
a potent defensive backfield for Minor this season.
McClure is a good student, and he should have no trouble qualifying.