Georgia Standout will Camp in Tally
"I liked the Florida camp because of the coaches," 6-foot-3 and 275 pound defensive tackle Ryan McMahon said. "I was supposed to bring pads but I forgot. I was still able to do some one on one's. I don't think Florida has offered yet."
The Seminoles were the first team to offer him and he will attend their first camp session which starts on July 6th.
"My father and uncle will take me down there for the camp," he said. "My uncle would like for me to pick them. He tells me a lot about them and it's probably true. I have a bond with Coach Allen."
Many folks seem to thing Georgia is the team to beat because both of his parents attended school there. However, McMahon says that's no the case.
"My father isn't pushing me there," he said. "I've been to Georgia for their junior day but they haven't offered. They told me to be patient. I think they are checking out some other players before they offer."
McMahon told RenegadeReport.com that he might pull the trigger soon.
"If I like a place and feel comfortable, then I might commit," he said.
As a junior, he recorded 48 tackles with 12 of them going for a loss.
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