There were times at Friday's Elite 11 in Northern California that Khari McGee looked like one of the better quarterbacks in attendance as he threw sharp, crisp passes to receivers all over the field.
But then there were occasions when McGee struggled throwing spirals and looked like he was having a tough time.
For the Fresno (Calif.) Edison quarterback, he said it's all about getting more work.
"It's all about getting more repetitions," McGee said.
"One of the coaches was talking to me and sometimes I get too long so I just need to work on getting my hips around and I should be good from there."
The one consistent thing about McGee so far this recruiting cycle has been his inconsistency.
McGee, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect, looked good and bad at the Elite 11 just like he did earlier this spring at a 7on7 tournament in Las Vegas.
He's hoping to be better more often and it could lead to more offers.
So far, Eastern Washington has offered the Fresno Edison standout and he said Florida Atlantic and Oregon State have been showing a lot of interest.
As far as upcoming camps, McGee wasn't certain about his schedule but believes he'll be working out at USC and Nevada by the end of June.
"I really don't know about camps yet," McGee said. "I'm trying to go to the USC camp in June and then after that I'm going to Nevada that month, too."
In his junior season, McGee threw for 2,583 yards and 31 touchdowns with six interceptions. He also rushed for 690 yards and nine scores.