Washington (D.C.) H.D. Woodson quarterback Eddie McGee holds one offer, but the 6-foot-4, 200-pound dual-threat signal-caller has five other schools on top right now.
McGee holds his lone offer from Temple which he received a couple months back.
"I was excited and I really didn't think I would get one," he said. "It was exciting for me that someone out there likes me. All of this is a new experience for me and it's a dream since I was a kid, but I'm just trying to take it in stride. Temple is a good school and some of my teammates are going there and they tell me about how good the coaches and school is overall. It's a nice school from what I hear."
Recently McGee made a trip to North Carolina State's junior day.
"I liked it a lot, it was good to get to know the coaching staff and see what their personality was like," he said. "I liked it and I feel like I could go there and be a part of the team. The coaches were like my uncles or something and I like the coaching staff a lot there. Everything overall was really nice."
Obviously one of McGee's favorites is North Carolina State The other schools at the top of the gunslinger's list are Marshall, Maryland, Miami and Virginia.
"I like all of their programs because they all throw the ball a good amount," McGee said. "I like schools that throw the ball and I like all of their programs and coaching staffs."
Next year McGee is working hard in hopes that he can not only lead the team to a championship, but also surpass the season passing record of a former H.D. Woodson legend.
"I'm lifting weights, working on my feet and throwing the ball to receivers to get ready for the season," he said. "We're just going to be a better team because we have a lot of the offensive line coming back. We just need the chemistry to get the job done, without the rest of the team, I can't get anything done.
"I hope we can win the championship because last year we lost. I would also like to break Byron Leftwich's record for passing yards in a season. It's far off, but it's a challenge I'll take on."
McGee plans to wait on a decision until his senior season is over with.
This summer the quarterback plans to camp at North Carolina State, Virginia and Maryland.
McGee threw for 2,000 yards passing, 10 touchdowns and two interceptions, he also ran for 400 yards and five touchdowns as a junior.