McCall focused on the future

DILLON, S.C. -- Last Friday, Dillon lost a hard-fought game to Charlotte (N.C.) Mallard Creek 27-21. Following the game, 2016 quarterback Avery McCall spoke with FOX Sports Next.

It was not how Dillon wanted to begin their 2013 season, but sophomore quarterback Avery McCall said last week's loss to Mallard Creek was a learning experience.

"I can learn from this game – learn how to be a better quarterback and just get better overall," said the 6-foot, 180-pound McCall, who finished 15-25 for 189 yards and two touchdowns.

McCall's recruitment continues to heat up.

"I think I have at least 10 offers," he said. "Some of the latest are LSU, Clemson, East Carolina, North Carolina and South Carolina.

"Schools like Florida, Georgia, Oregon and Florida State are looking at me too. South Carolina is recruiting me the hardest, though."

The Dillon standout also mentioned he would like to hear more from Miami and Ohio State.

His recruitment is wide open.

"I don't have any top schools right now," he said. "I'm young and I'm going to take my time."

Currently, McCall does not have any trips set up this season.

"I haven't decided where I'm going to visit this fall," McCall said. "I've already been to South Carolina a few times for camps and last year for football games, though."

McCall and the Wildcats will put the loss behind them and move forward.

"We're just trying to win the rest of our games and win another state championship," he said. Dillon continues their season at Lake View this Friday .

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