"I don't stop until the person with the ball is down and I don't take plays off. I am a leader who stays hyped all game, it doesn't matter what play you call, and you better expect me to be coming for you," said McWhorter.
"They have a really nice campus, I loved the river, the coaches really seemed like they would take care of me like one of their own sons and more than just a player. Texas State has everything that i want in a school, I would rate them an 8.5 out of 10 if I had to put it on a scale. Right now I'm leaning a lot towards Texas State," said McWhorter.
Head Coach Dennis Franchione himself stopped Dustin in the middle of camp and gave him the offer, telling him he had great hands and really enjoyed watching him work. McWhorter also told us that Coach Franchione wants him to have his decision made up by this summer and that they have big plans for him in San Marcos.
At the Katy Camp, Dustin had many of his best times in drills, recording a 4.81 forty, 31.5 verticle, 5.71 cone drill, and a 4.6 shuttle. The coaching staff rewarded his performance by letting him know he has a full ride to be a Bobcat. In time, we'll know if McWhorter leaning towards Texas State will result in a decision.