McCrary plays on offense for the Sharks, and he is the starting quarterback for the team.
In only six games played this fall, McCrary was able to pass for 1,000 yards and 6 touchdowns, averaging just under 200 yards passing per game.
McCrary also added 500 yards rushing, for nearly 100 yards per game, and 2 touchdowns running the ball.
On the year, McCrary had 1,500 total yards, averaging 250 total yards per game, showing prospective colleges that he is an effective dual-threat quarterback.
“I feel as though we finished the 2020 season playing great football,” McCrary said. “We were able to figure out an offensive scheme later in the season that was able to help us to win some games.”
McCrary feels as though he brings certain elements to the game that enables him to be different from most of the other quarterbacks in the country.
“I am very different than most at the position,” McCrary said. “I feel like I am always one of the smartest players on the field, at any given time. I am also extremely tough, and I never give up on the field.”
Standing at 6’1, 225 pounds, McCrary has an almost identical height and weight to that of the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, Jalen Hurts.
McCrary takes care of business in the classroom, as he does on the field, as he has a current GPA of 3.0
With four current offers, including William Penn, it will be interesting to see just where this dual-threat playmaker winds up!