"Just knowing not to give up," McGee said of the keys to the 19-18 quarterfinal comeback victory. "We were motivated to go all of the way. We did not work this hard for nothing."
Muskogee trailed by seven with under two minutes on the clock until their quarterback Trae Cook hooked up with junior receiver Shaun Richardson on an 80-yard touchdown pass. Instead of opting to tie the game by kicking the extra point, Rougher Head Coach Matt Hennessy took a gamble and went for two, and it paid off.
"I was a little nervous, but I was confident in my team and I knew we were going to get it," McGee informed. "We found a way to win."
McGee has been on a couple of visits to Oklahoma State over the past couple of weeks, and the Cowboys have crept higher on his list of favorites.
"It was unofficial," McGee explained. "I like their campus and knowing what they are building. It is going to be real nice. Just the team. Everybody is nice. It is a good atmosphere."
McGee also informed that he was going to be taking an official visit to see the Oklahoma Sooners.
McGee has a lot of quality options on the table, but at this point he admits that it has been a pretty balanced process. So is the talented playmaker favoring any schools yet?
"Everybody is still looking the same," McGee stated.