Pass blocking is considered McCargo's best asset right now, and the combine footage shows his hands and quick feet in pass blocking which, as McCargo says, is very technically sound. Indeed, he didn't give up a single sack last season. The game footage demonstrates the self-described "tenacious" style in which McCargo run blocks. He is ranked by Scout as the No. 17 offensive guard in the nation, but has the length and quickness to play tackle, plus the smarts and flexibility to play center.
The UNC football program is a good fit for McCargo, but the school is as well. McCargo discusses in the Spotlight what he personally values in a college and his career ambitions for after his football career - and both help explain why he's going to be a Tar Heel.
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