"I committed to coach O'Brien before I left," said McGill. "I enjoyed the coaching staff and they really want me to be a part of their team. They have real nice facilities, and I liked going down there and hanging with the players."
Checking in at 6-foot-2 and 280 pounds, McGill often lined up at defensive end for Wayne County but is expected to play defensive tackle for the Wolfpack.
"It doesn't matter to me which I play," said McGill. "I think I can play both."
An all-region selection as a junior and a senior, McGill totaled 47 tackles, 14 tackles for a loss, six sacks, seven forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries from his defensive end position. He also had three rushing touchdowns lining up as a fullback on offense.
"He has a good motor and a great first step," said Wayne County head coach Jody Grooms. "He has very strong core strength and is a great competitor.
"He is a very talented player. He can definitely play on the highest level. The thing with him was he qualified late in the process and it opened some doors for him. It became a matter of who all would jump in and pursue him."
McGill is rated a three-star prospect by Scout.com.
Pack Pride will have more on his decision in the near future so stay tuned!