Four-star defensive end D'Angelo McCray was planning to take his second official visit of the season this past weekend to Georgia Tech. The Jacksonville (Fla.) Andrew Jackson star didn't make it to Atlanta and plans to reschedule his trip with the Yellow Jackets.
"I had cancelled the trip because I'm getting back from my injury," he said. "We're getting ready to start the playoffs soon and I'm focused on getting as healthy as possibly before then.
"Our team is 7-1 and we're looking pretty good. I want to go as far as possible in the playoffs. I think I've done alright. I've been playing about 80% and I'm not my full self out there since I'm favoring a torn meniscus. I still have recorded 40 tackles and nine sacks. I also have 150 yards receiving and three touchdowns."
To go along with the success on the field, the 6-foot-4, 289-pounder has been named to the Army All-American Bowl.
"They were trying to keep it a secret, but I just found out about it," he stated. "That's what I've been playing for since I've been in high school and it really means that somebody sees something in me."
Meanwhile, McCray knows his three other official visits as he has already been to Illinois.
"I'm supposed to go to Louisville on December 15th, but that's still up in the air," he said. "I'm also planning to go to Georgia Tech and Ole Miss. I probably won't take a fifth official visit."
Last we talked to the Rivals100 prospect he was favoring two schools.
"I'm still favoring Florida and Illinois," he said. "Illinois leads because it looks like their program is building and they are starting to turn it around. Florida is a winning team this year and the defense is surprising. They get after the ball and the front four there is amazing."