Trotwood-Madison (OH) fell to University School (FL) 33-14 in a one sided affair On Sunday. It was a game that featured loads of division-one talent, including Trotwood senior linebacker and Michigan commit Michael McCray.
At 6-foot-2, 230-pounds, McCray is rated a four-star prospect according to the latest Scout.com rankings. On Sunday he finished the game with the game with seven tackles, two forced fumbles and two catches.
McCray told GBW that the Rams are making no excuses, and will watch film to get ready for their next opponent.
"We could've done better," McCray told GoBlueWolverine.com. "I am not going to say we did good, I'm not going to say we did bad. But there's lots to improve. So we've got to go back to school—to film watch and see what we did wrong, learn from it. And get back to work for next Friday."
McCray opened up the game with a tackle on the sidelines, but was quiet the rest of the first half. That's because he left the game during the first quarter of play and headed to the locker room due to stomach pain and dehydration.
"I wasn't feeling so good," McCray explained. "My stomach was hurting. I was feeling a little dizzy. I think I was just dehydrated, but eventually I came out. I had to fight thorough it and just work hard."
"I really don't get sick. So I was just like, ‘What's going on?' I've just got to work hard every day and keep working."
Trotwood-Madison (0-2) will host Dunbar (OH) this Friday in a non-league game.
Talks Michigan and relationships with commits
McCray has been verbally committed to the Wolverines since March. He said he is still in continuous talks with the Maize & Blue coaching staff and is looking forward to seeing game at Ann Arbor soon.
"I'm just talking to them about my grades and everything," McCray said. "Keep my grades up, ACT, (test score) and all that stuff. I'll probably be back up there for the Air Force game."
With Michigan having most of their 2013 class filled, McCray said he has built relationships with his fellow commits.
"It's a good built," McCray said. "It's really good, because we've all got each other numbers and everything. We talk to each other. So we just working hard."
For the full interview with Mike McCray and his highlights click on the video below.