So what have the Gamecocks, Vols, Bulldogs, and Tar Heels done that have separated themselves from the pack for the 6-foot-1, 175 pound athlete?
"They're talking about me playing on the offensive side of the ball, and that's good. Georgia wants me as a defensive back, but I've never played defense in my life. I'd like a shot at quarterback or receiver if it came down to it."
He's certainly got the resume to facilitate a shot at playing on the offensive side of the ball after a junior year in which he threw for nearly 1600 yards and 12 touchdowns in addition to another 433 yards and 7 touchdowns on the ground for South Cobb (GA) High.
This year it's more of the same as McKinley has racked up 850 yards passing and an additional 570 yards rushing for a total of 19 touchdowns on the year.
"I scored four times in the first game, and it's kind of rolled on from there. I hope it continues to go well for us this season."