Khari McGee had a big-time junior season but the Fresno (Calif.) Edison dual-threat quarterback still doesn't have any offers.
The 6-foot-2, 200-pound prospect said it's still early so he isn't nervous about recruiting yet especially because he's receiving lots of interest.
So far, Oregon, Nebraska, Iowa State, Auburn, Tennessee and Alabama are involved with McGee, who threw for 2,583 yards and 31 touchdowns with six interceptions in his junior season. He also rushed for 690 yards and nine scores.
"I have no clue about offers yet," McGee said. "I'm just taking my time right now with recruiting."
Around this time last recruiting cycle, Deontay Greenberry was discovered on the national level at the Badger Sport 7-on-7 in Las Vegas. Greenberry became a four-star prospect and the top-rated wide receiver in California.
McGee said he plans to attend the same event in the coming months along with the NIKE Camp that will be held in Northern California.
Working out at a quarterback camp this off-season is also being planned before his senior season starts.
The Fresno Edison standout is a friend of four-star cornerback Tee Shepard and so McGee hopes his recruitment follows a similar pattern. Shepard signed with Notre Dame over many other offers.
"One of my friends, Tee Shepard, I used to hang around with him a lot and we used to have boxes full of letters so I always thought that was good," McGee said.
"If I work hard at it, anything is possible."