January 6 Update:
Jayhawk Slant is reporting that McCay has committed to Charlie Weis and Kansas. KU will be getting a 6’2’’ athlete with great speed and a physically imposing frame. McCay ranked among the best wide receivers in the 2010 class – #10 WR by Scout and #6 by Rivals – and was honored as a U.S. Army All-American his senior year.
It has been confirmed by multiple sources that former Bishop Miege standout, Justin McCay, plans to transfer from Oklahoma. Reports say he is looking at one of the three local schools – KU, K-State, or Missouri as a possible landing spot.
Oklahoma Coach Bob Stoops granted his release complete with a special waiver that will allow McCay to avoid the inter-conference transfer rule that would have forced him to lose one year of eligibility. Should he transfer to KU, he would still be required to sit one year and then will have two years of eligibility remaining.
Kansas is rumored to be the leading school for McCay, who could reunite with his former high school coach, Tim Grunhard.
If McCay chooses to become a Jayhawk, Charlie Weis will be getting a 6’2’’ athlete with good speed and a physically imposing frame. He ranked among the best wide receivers in the 2010 class – #10 WR by Scout and #6 by Rivals – and was honored as a U.S. Army All-American his senior year. Check out his bio at Sooner Sports for more info.
Stay tuned for more info should McCay make a decision in the coming days.#kufball, Charlie Weis, Football, Justin McCay, Kansas, Tim Grunhard