Recruiting: McGee Will Tell Gundy On Tuesday

Safety Andrew McGee of Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.) Community College slipped up and said he wished "we" had won the game with Oklahoma as he was waiting on a flight at the airport on his way home from his official visit to Oklahoma State. When asked if that was a slip or if he was on board with the Cowboys the 6-1, 195-pound hard hitter revealed this.

"I really see myself as a Cowboy," said McGee, who interestingly is from Magee, Miss. "I'm as close as you get to committed without being committed. I need to pray about it and go home and talk to my parents. Coach (Mike) Gundy is coming on Tuesday to see me and my parents and I plan on telling him I'm committed then."

McGee posted more than 100 tackles and is in the running for all kinds of post-season honors in the Mississippi junior college ranks and nationally. He also had an interception on the season, but he really made his reputation as a big hitter.

He also has the speed and skill to cover like a cornerback. McGee was on his official visit this weekend along with two other top junior college prospects in Fort Scott (Kan.) C.C. pair Horace Hubbard (defensive tackle) and Jacquain Williams (linebacker).

"They were good fellas," said McGee of his fellow visitors. I really hope they come to Oklahoma State. I thought we bonded over the weekend and I would like to have them both as teammates, and I hope they consider coming to Oklahoma State. I thought they had a good time.

"Man, it (the visit) was awesome for me," continued McGee. "You can take the whole thing, the visit, the coaches, the players. It was all great and that was the most exciting game I've seen in a while. The atmosphere was incredible. It was a heckuva game and I wish we could have pulled out the win."

McGee told us to check back with him on Tuesday evening and he felt after the visit with Gundy and his parents that he would be ready to make an definite statement, although the statement he is making now is pretty positive for Cowboys fans.

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