Columbus (Ohio) Walnut Ridge three-star 2015 linebacker Anthony McKee has already reeled in 10 scholarship offers. He has some designs on who he would like to see offer next.
"Ohio State is one, Michigan State is one and Alabama," McKee said. "Bama and Ohio State, those were the two schools I was saying I was going to go to before I even came to high school. They're sending me mail now, so that's a good deal.
"We have Robert Bowers at our school and he is committed to Michigan State. I was liking their program already, but every time I see him he is talking Michigan State. I went up there with him for a game and liked it there."
Article Continues Below
Coaches from Michigan State were through McKee's school in December. Pitt coaches also made a stop. The Panthers are one of those ten schools that has already offered, and McKee is eyeing them as one of his destinations for a winter visit.
"I'm trying to decide with my dad where to head to for junior days," McKee said. "Michigan State is one, Pitt is another, Penn State and West Virginia. Then, hopefully I'll hit up a lot of ACC schools and SEC schools in the spring and summer."
Other schools that have offered include Arkansas, Boston College, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee and West Virginia. With a wealth of choices and over a year before he will sign, McKee is still formulating his game plan for attacking the recruiting process.
"There's just so much and it's the first time so we don't really know what is going to happen," he said. "I plan on visiting all the schools that have offered already before going to the schools that haven't."
The 6-foot-2, 195-pound McKee is ranked as the No. 16 linebacker in the 2015 class and the No. 16 player in the state of Ohio.