Heys McMath is a Virginia quarterback that is starting to gain some recognition.
The Woodberry Forest School quarterback has a good, tall build at 6-4 and 190-pounds and with a strong summer and senior year he could drastically improve his stock with colleges.
He was at NC State for the second time on Saturday because he wanted to attend the Pack's spring game. His first trip to NC State was earlier this year.
"It was good this weekend," McMath told Pack Pride after returning home to Virginia. "It was honestly probably one of my best trips yet. I got to talk to Coach Bible for a good while and it was good. I was really impressed with everything I saw."
McMath said he enjoyed his time in Raleigh the first time around but there was something different about this trip. He said it even exceeded his expectations.
He's still waiting for his first offer so talk of favorites or a top five would seem to be premature. However, it seems that NC State is a team that he'll have under heavy consideration headed forward.
The offense is one reason he's very interested in the school.
"I looked at what they do and I've kinda been following what they're doing," McMath said. "It's definitely something I could fit into. It's more of my style of offense. I think they do a great job. Coach Bible was saying they'll throw the ball 50 times a game. It's a pro-style offense but they love to throw the ball around."
Prior to McMath's trip to NC State he visited Florida and UNC. Both of those trips were within the past month.
As a junior, McMath passed for 1,600 yards and 16 touchdowns while adding an additional seven scores on the ground.
McMath Breaks Down State Visit
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