Georgia, Alabama, Auburn, FSU, Ohio State
The versatile defensive back committed to Georgia in January and then flipped his commitment to Alabama in late July. He then decommitted from Alabama less than a week from National Signing Day, and all signs appears to be pointing back to Georgia. He’s visited Tennessee twice in the recruiting process. With Butch Jones’ success in Middle Tennessee, it’s hard to ever rule the Vols out, but unless there’s some other development in the next couple days, it doesn’t look like McGraw will be a serious target on NSD for Tennessee.
RTI Average: 4-stars
McGraw has the athleticism to play corner, though we see him more as a safety. He’s got good range, is a physical tackler and has good instincts.
Alabama is the obvious favorite at this point, but as long as he keeps coming to campus, Tennessee has a chance. Having former Ensworth teammate Michael Sawyers on the team helps UT’s chances.