Gregory-McGhee Will Visit Boise State

TE/DE Kendall Gergory-McGhee

Cherokee Trail HS (Aurora, CO) TE/DE Kendall Gregory-McGhee, (6'4 214lbs) is currently being pursued by some top-notch programs and the Broncos are right in the mix. He already knows of two schools that will receive an official visit and Boise State is one of them. He spoke to BroncoCountry.com about his interest in Boise State and his status up to this point.

Cherokee Trail HS TE/DE Kendall Gregory-McGhee (Aurora, CO) is a prospect high on the Broncos wish list. He's a three star TE/DE prospect by Scout.com. "I don't have a top five at this point," he said. "I do know that I will be visiting Boise State."

Gregory-McGhee (6'4, 214lbs, 4.71) was supposed to visit this weekend for the game against Bowling Green. Plans have changed and his visit is now scheduled for Nov. 8th against Utah State. It's possible that plans could change yet again as Nov. 8th is the day the state playoffs begin in Colorado. "It depends," he said. "Right now we're planning on Nov. 8th."

The highly-ranked Colorado prospect has received scholarship offers from a handful of schools. "I have offers from Boise State, Colorado, Colorado State, Minnesota, Wyoming, UNLV, TCU, and San Diego State," he said. "I will probably decide after the season. I go right into basketball after football. I'll decide before basketball starts," he added.

He is being recruited by (Graduate Assistant Coach) Julius Brown. "Coach Brown is real personable," he said. "He's easy to talk to." Coach Brown and Gregory-McGhee keep in close contact. "I talk regularly with him," he said. "We just talked last week." He hasn't had the opportunity to speak with Chris Petersen yet.

Many probably think that Colorado is at the top of his list since he's not too far from Boulder. That's not necessarily the case. "I grew up a bit of a Buff fan," he said. "Everyone is even and Boise State is right there," he added.

There are a few qualities that Kendall is looking for in his college choice. "Academics and stability in the program are very important," he said.

The other school that will receive an official visit from Gregory-McGhee is Minnesota. "I'm visiting Minnesota on Oct. 4th," he said. "I like the way they are recruiting me. Coach (Tim) Brewster is recruiting Colorado hard this year." It should come as no surprise to fans that Tim Brewster is making Colorado a recruiting priority this year. He coached the Denver Bronco TEs for a couple years before heading to Minnesota to rebuild the Gopher football program. He knows the area well.

Gregory-McGhee would prefer to play TE on the next level. "I play both TE and DE," he said. "I'd prefer to play TE in college. It's my best position."

Cherokee Trail HS is situated in the toughest division in HS football in the state of Colorado. "We're 0-2 right now," he said. "We played Mullen and Grandview in our first two games. Mullen has won the league like five years in a row and Grandview won the state championship last season," he added.

Kendall has no personal goals. "I just want to make the state playoffs," he said. "I want to see better chemistry on offense. We should be a threat when our offense gets better."

Gregory-McGhee currently has two sacks this season along with one catch for twenty-five yards. "I also had a TD catch in the Grandview game," he said. "It was called back on a holding penalty."

Gregory-McGhee is a prospect for Bronco fans to look for as recruiting season starts to heat up with official visits. He also carries a 3.4 GPA and a score of 23 on the ACT.

Stay tuned to BroncoCountry.com for the latest on Kendall Gregory-McGhee.

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