McCrae camped at Georgia Tuesday, then hung out Wednesday, and before leaving Athens, Ga., Mark Richt gave him big news.
"It feels really good to get an offer from Georgia," said McCrae. "My family loves Georgia, I have always liked them, and I really wanted the offer. I worked hard for it [the offer] and I got it."
The Dawgs worked the 6-foot-3, 218 pound rising-senior out at linebacker and wide receiver Tuesday afternoon and McCrae did well at each.
He did so well that Mark Richt offered him as an athlete.
The position does not matter for McCrae and it could only be a matter of time before he puts his name on a commitment list.
Georgia is considered the heavy favorite.
"One of my favorite football players is Thomas Davis (Played at McCrae's high school) and he played at Georgia," said the star out of Cuthbert (Ga.) Randolph-Clay. "He is a guy I look up and he has the mindset to not stop -- I look up to him.
"He was very successful at Georgia and I want to be successful on the next level too. I look at him and he inspires me to do what I have to do to get to the next level."
Scout projects McCrae as an outside linebacker on the next level.