Wide receiver Cedric McGee is the prize recruit they look to reel in this year. He is a sleeper prospect that looks to have a break through season in 2004. At 6-foot-2, 180 pounds McGee has the ideal size that you look for in a receiver.
Not only does he have the size McGee has well speed with a 40-yard dash time, which is less than 4.5 seconds. This past season McGee had 18 receptions for 350 yards and three went for touchdowns. He mentioned that this year a 1,000 yard season with over ten touchdowns is not out of the question.
So, who are the programs that McGee has the most interest in?
"I like Ohio State, Pittsburgh and Auburn, the three top Florida schools are on my list as well."
"I like Pittsburgh the most right now because of my former teammates HB Blades, Darrell Strong and Nick Williams."
McGee favorite team growing up was the Florida Gators.
As for teams, goals this year McGee wants the Plantation Colonels make it to the state finals.
"We have been to the playoffs the past few years and can't make it to the finish line, this year our team needs to make it the Finals. That is the goal of everyone on our team."
When was asked about what Camps he will be going to McGee mentioned.
"I will be going to the Pittsburgh camp since some of my former teammates are already there, North Carolina and the Down and Dirty camp are two other camps I will go to."
Panthers looking to steal another from Plantation
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