Playing for CBIZ, the 6-foot-10, 210-pound center manned the post and showed off a nice scoring touch around the basket. In a game against 7-footer Kyle Rowley, he dropped in five jump hooks, including one over the right shoulder.
"I like going up against bigger players and it definitely motivates me," McGhee, a member of the 2009 class, said.
"There were definitely a lot of coaches at our games," McGhee said. "It was nice to see them all lined up on the sidelines and everything."
"I've been talking to MAC schools for the past eight to 10 months and now the past two months a lot bigger schools are starting to jump into the pictures," he said. "I've gotten calls from schools in the past two days after this past weekend. It's just gotten a lot bigger."
"I definitely don't want to jump into anything too fast that's for sure," McGhee said. "I'm definitely letting everything play out and step back and see what I got. I'm trying to figure out the pros and cons on all the colleges."
McGhee, who has already taken trips to Western Michigan, Akron, Toledo and Bowling Green, will play with CBIZ again this weekend in Akron (Ohio) at the King James Shooting Stars Classic.