"I thought it was a lot of fun," McAvoy said. "I got to be coached by the coaches that maybe someday I will play for. The atmosphere was great and the competition was pretty good. We went to the stadium as well. It would be neat to play a game in a place like that.
"All of the camps were a lot of fun."
After seeing Ohio State, McAvoy went on to Notre Dame.
"I also had a lot of fun at Notre Dame," he said. "We toured the campus and I was also able to talk with the coaches at Notre Dame again. I worked a lot with the offensive linemen there."
"The coaches at Ohio State told me they were going to discuss what they need and how I might fit in," McAvoy said.
McAvoy's Bloomington team has posted back-to-back 13-1 seasons.
"Sadly, our two losses were in the state championship game," said McAvoy, who also plays defensive tackle and defensive end. "But it was a great experience to get there."
McAvoy would get passing marks as a blocking tight end.
"We are more of a running team," he said. "I probably only had the ball thrown to me eight times all year."
McAvoy holds a 4.1 GPA on a 5.0 scale. He also holds a 24 on the ACT.
This story originally published on Bucknuts.com