His terrific play carried into his high school season, where he led Hinesville (Ga.) Liberty County to 23-5 record and a trip to the Class AAA quarterfinals.
"I think I played good throughout the season," the four-star prospect said. "I put up some nice points, but there's some things that I need to work on over the summer. [I need to improve] my speed. I'm trying to get faster and I'd like to get a lot stronger."
McRae is a big time athlete that has no problem scoring around the rim. He's also equipped with a solid jump shot from deep and mid-range. These attributes are just a few reasons why he's picked up interest from high-major schools.
Although the Volunteers haven't offered, they did get McRae on campus this past weekend for an unofficial visit. The talented 2010 prospect got a chance to see the campus and check out Tennessee's game against Kentucky.
"It was great," McRae said. "I sat real close. I got to go to the locker room before and after the game. I got a chance to talk to [Coach Pearl] and I got a chance to talk to Chris Lofton too. Allan Houston was there too."
McRae plans to run with the Atlanta Celtics 16's this coming spring and summer.