Four-star 2018 quarterback Tanner McKee from Corona (California) Centennial, is a very popular quarterback on the west coast. With interest across the nation starting to increase, McKee has recently picked up an offer from Oregon State. BeaverBlitz caught up with McKee to discuss his interest in Oregon State and the offer process.
The 6-foot-5, 185 pound junior has already garnered early attention from multiple schools, which should only increase in the year ahead.
“Right now, I have offers from Hawaii, Colorado, BYU, Utah, Nevada, and Oregon State.”
Kevin McGiven, co-offensive coordinator and quarterback coach, has been running point on McKee, but he isn’t the only Beavers staff member in the conversation.
“I’ve mostly talked with Coach McGiven, but I’ve also been talking with coach Guinta.”
For McKee, Oregon State is an appealing option because of the coaches and the program in general.
“Oregon State is a great football program, I got really excited when the coaches started hitting me up because I knew what a great school Oregon State was," McKee said. “I’ve always known that Oregon State is a great school in a great area. I am really looking forward to getting a better relationship with all the coaches there.”