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McGee hearing from major programs

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LAS VEGAS - Khari McGee had a huge junior season but the Fresno (Calif.) Edison dual-threat quarterback has not picked up any offers yet.
There is lots of interest so McGee is hopeful things will start picking up soon.
"It does surprise me but it just pushes me to do better than what I did last year and move forward and do more," McGee said.
"I want to do those little extra things to get motivated. You're supposed to get mad but it makes me want to do better. I'm not thinking about last season. I'm thinking about this 7-on-7 and getting better."
McGee, one of the top players on the DB Guru team at the New Level Athletics Elite 7on7 this past weekend, played well at times at quarterback but also moved to wide receiver for a while and looked even better.
Quarterback is his position though and McGee is confident things should get busier in his recruitment.
In his junior season, the Fresno Edison standout threw for 2,583 yards and 31 touchdowns with six interceptions. He also rushed for 690 yards and nine scores.
"I'm definitely a quarterback," McGee said. "I was just helping my team get to the championship at wide receiver so I'm going to do whatever it takes to move us forward to that title game.
"I was comfortable in the offense last season. My coach and I have been working for a long time so I knew the offense like it was the back of my hand so I just went out there, visualized everything and did what I have to do."
McGee will be at the NIKE Camp in Northern California later this spring. He said Oregon, Auburn, USC, UCLA, Iowa State and Georgia Tech are showing the most interest. The three-star prospect said Oregon and USC are early favorites.
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