Wolfpack Emerges as Leader for Super Wideout

Plantation (Fl.) Wide Receiver <B>Cedric McGee</b> has picked up several major offers following the evaluation period and attended NC State's team camp held two weeks ago.

"I think I was the best receiver there," Cedric McGee told StateFans. "Our quarterback (Antwan Young) showed out too. He was a back-up last year behind Darrell Strong, but he's going to do big things this year."

Cedric was joined in Raleigh by nine other teammates, including defensive tackle Jeffrey Owens and running back Dennis Campbell. The 6'2 185 pound receiver liked what he saw in Raleigh.

"It was good, real good," he said. "I just loved it. The football facility really stood out to me. The weight room, locker rooms, everything. It was great."

Despite being one of the top players in attendance and reportedly performing very well, NC State has yet to offer McGee a scholarship despite previous reports stating otherwise.

"They haven't offered me a scholarship yet," he said. "The coaches told me to keep in touch because they can't call me. They are going to keep sending me letters, and I feel like in the fall they'll definitely offer me."

Although NC State's still evaluating the Plantation talent, others have already made their decision. Auburn, Pittsburgh, Florida, West Virginia, Rutgers, Connecticut, Oklahoma State, and Iowa have all extended scholarship offers.

Cedric has already established a top five and a solid leader.

"NC State, Miami, Florida State, Pittsburgh, and Florida is my top five," he said. "NC State's my favorite. I just think they have a real good program. When I get into college I feel like they'll have a real good team and contend for the national championship."

McGee hopes to make his decision on signing day, after taking all five official visits.

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