Right now one of the most interesting prospects in New Mexico is Sandia linebacker Seth McVey. The former safety, who now goes 6-1 220 pounds, brings a good mix of strength and speed to the field. In an attempt to raise his recruiting profile and prep for next season, McVey has set up a rigorous series of camps. McVey just returned from a solid performance camping at the University of Colorado. Seth was one of eight linebackers who were asked to workout with Buffalo linebacker coach Brian Cabral. At the camp, McVey showed good athleticism and fluid hips.
Now home in New Mexico, McVey looks to attend one of the half day camps at the University of New Mexico. McVey will also meet soon with Lobo assistant Head Coach Darrell Dickey.
McVey, an honor student, this weekend will head to Rhode Island to camp at Brown University, the Ivy League champs. McVey is one of multiple players from New Mexico that the Bears have been showing interest in this offseason.
Although yet to gain a first offer, McVey's combination of size, good speed, athleticism and smarts may soon bring that elusive first offer.