The injury might have cut his season short, but it hasn't scared off college coaching staffs. North Carolina, N.C. State, South Carolina, and Georgia Tech are recruiting McNair, who feels offers are right around the corner.
"They've all talked about offers," said McNair. "They are still evaluating my film now, and want me to go to camp."
McNair, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound athlete from Randleman (N.C.), plans to camp at East Carolina, N.C. State and North Carolina in hopes of further persuading those coaching staffs.
One staff McNair is really looking to impress is the coaches at N.C. State. After unofficially visiting the Wolfpack, McNair has labeled NCSU as his current leader.
"I like State," said McNair. "I went up there and talked to coaches, toured the facilities and stuff, and it just feels like a place that I can fit in."
McNair is mostly being recruited to play tailback and hopes to see the field in either his first or second year. He is fully aware of the depth at that position on N.C. State's roster, but isn't put off by it.
"I'm up for the challenge," said McNair. "Toney Baker just signed there, he was the best running back in the state last year, but I'm up for the challenge."
McNair definitely improved his stock and opened more eyes this past weekend when he ran times of 4.59 and 4.34 seconds in the 40-yard dash during the Shrine Bowl Combine held in Jamestown.