McCray updates commitment status

Lake Taylor (VA) running back Antonio ‘Boogie' McCray received an offer from Louisville last week and hoped to finalize a commitment to the Cardinals during his official visit this weekend.

Boogie McCray, a teammate of top Louisville commit Mike Privott, has some academic concerns to tend to. He's short one required credit for freshman eligibility and plans to complete the course credit by taking night classes this semester.

That could put a formal decision on his college future temporarily on hold. Still, McCray told InsideTheVille.com last week that he wants to attend Louisville next fall and had made that decision before his visit to UofL this weekend.

Privott told InsideTheVille.com Sunday morning that he thought McCray had given a verbal commitment to the Cardinals during his visit. So did Dunwoody (GA) defensive lineman Malcolm Mitchell.

But that might not be the case just yet.

Reached Sunday morning as he was about to board a plane back home from his visit to Louisville, McCray first said "yes" he had committed to the Cardinals but later when asked if it was accurate to report he was committed to Louisville, McCray responded, "Not yet."

McCray might not reveal his choice until National Signing Day on Feb. 4.

McCray added, "Not until I sign."

Privott said there will be a ceremony at 9 a.m. Wednesday morning at Lake Taylor. He said that's when he'll formally sign a binding letter of intent to play football next fall at Louisville.

Will McCray follow suit?


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