Tanner McKee’s recruiting situation is a lot different than that of his peers. He recently announced that he will put his football career on hold for two years to complete a Mormon mission. Nonetheless, McKee has a whopping 23 offers from FBS schools. This makes it evident that top programs aren’t letting his delayed start affect their decision to recruit him.
McKee is currently the seventh ranked recruit in California and third ranked Pro-Style quarterback in the country. Throughout McKee’s high school career, he has thrown for 6,385 passing yards and 68 passing touchdowns. This puts him atop the rankings for uncommitted recruits in multiple categories. He is one of the most complete quarterbacks in the class, and would be a phenomenal get for the Aggies.
However, it has been quite some time since McKee was offered by Texas A&M, and he made sure to specifically thank former Texas A&M Offensive Coordinator Noel Mazzone for the offer via his twitter account. McKee has also shown interest in Stanford, a school located just hours from him in his hometown state of California.
It isn’t too likely that McKee will sign with the Aggies on Wednesday, but be ready for any surprises because as we all know, National Signing Day is full of them.
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