Kavenski McGee the 3 star prospect from Pahokee High School
has emerged lately as one of the top tight ends in all of Florida. McGee,
6-foot-3 and 245 pounds, finished the season with over 315 yards receiving and 4
touchdowns. McGee turned heads at the 2B State
Championship Game, where he caught 3 touchdowns against Trinity Catholic and was
named the MVP of state title game.
"Things are going great, we went 14-0, and won the state championship game, it feels good."
McGee is big, strong, has soft hands and is surprisingly quick for his size.
"My strengths are my ability to block and my ability to catch the ball, and I like to hit also. The last time I ran the 40 I ran a 4.49"
McGee plays mainly tight end, but also plays slot receiver and defensive end as well. His size and versatility has several schools interested in the 3 star prospect.
With all the interest lately does McGee have a favorite or a top 3?
"Oh yeah, South Florida is my favorite, their my main
"I speak with coach Jim Leavitt, I feel like we're
close, like he's a good friend of mine." said McGee,
"He told me that they need a good tight end that can catch the ball. He made me have a strong interest in them."
McGee has already taken official visits Colorado, and to
FAMU last week.
"This week I visit North Carolina, then I have a visit
set up with South Florida, next week on the 2nd.
As too grades, McGee said "My GPA is a 2.5, and I took
the ACT, but I'm going to retake it again February 4th, I didn't do so good."
McGee, who also plays basketball, says one thing is
important to him right now.
"My main thing right now is working on my academics. I
want to work on getting in, getting my academics right, that way I can focus on
Stick with USFNation as we follow Kavenski through his visits and up until signing day.
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