"I committed to South Florida today," Kavenski McGee said moments ago. "I just got back from my visit. They scored real big this weekend in recruiting. Pretty much everyone there is going there. My roommate was Claude (Davis) and he's going there too. I'm real excited."
McGee, 6-foot-3 and 255 pounds, talked about his weekend in Tampa.
"I flew up there and had a good time," he said. "We toured the campus, hung out with the players, went to a basketball game, and just had a real fun time up there."
McGee, who was the MVP of the Class 2B state championship game this past season, also took visits to Georgia, FIU, and FAU before picking the Bulls.
"I'm all set to sign the papers on Wednesday," he said. "I felt real comfortable at USF. I still have some work to do on my test. I'm taking it this Saturday and need two more points. I'll be fine. I'm real excited about being apart of that program."
Kavenski McGee Makes Commitment
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