As a member of the class of 2019, Bru McCoy has a ways to go in his recruitment. The five-star athlete has a few schools that are after him the hardest so far, though.
McCoy, a star at Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, CA, is currently the No. 19 overall player in the class of 2019, per 247Sports.
He currently plays both wide receiver and outside linebacker at a high level. McCoy is ranked the No. 1 athlete in the class, and the No. 4 recruit in California.
He spoke to Scout about his recruitment, and five schools currently stand out as recruiting him the hardest: Cal, Nebraska, Ohio State, USC, and Washington.
"Right now, the schools recruiting me the hardest are USC, Washington, Cal, Ohio State and Nebraska. It's hard to tell who's really prioritizing me though because schools aren't allowed to call me yet but those are the ones I'm in touch with the most. We play a game up North so I want to visit Cal for a game and we have a bye during the season so hopefully I can go visit an out of state school that weekend."
He says that he has already taken a few trips to check out nearby USC. So far, the few recruiting experts that have registered predictions on his 247Sports crystal ball all believe that is where he will end up.
McCoy also has offers from Alabama, Georgia, Michigan, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Oklahoma, Ole Miss, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas A&M, UCLA, Virginia Tech, and many others.