|High School:||Gwynn Park HS|
As a Junior (2010): Saw action in the first 12 games at wide receiver and on special teams ... made one reception for 10 yards against Morgan State (9/11) ... had one catch for 12 yards vs. WVU (9/18) ... had two catches for 2 yards against FIU (9/25) ... made one catch for 4 yards against Clemson (10/16) ... posted two receptions for 14 yards against Boston College (10/23) ... had his first career touchdown catch against Wake Forest (10/30) by making a diving 28-yard grab in the end zone ... finished the game with two catches ... made one catch for 11 yards vs. Miami (11/6) ... had a career-long 55-yard catch vs. Virginia (11/13) ... had 44 yards on a career-high tying four receptions against NC State (11/27) ... did not play vs. East Carolina in the Military Bowl (12/29).
As a Sophomore (2009): Saw action in 11 games at wide receiver, including two starts ... also played on special teams ... did not see action vs. Middle Tennessee St. (9/19), but made his first career start the following week against Rutgers (9/26) ... posted his first career receptions vs. James Madison (9/12), hauling in four passes for 18 yards ... also started vs. Wake Forest (10/10) ... posted a Spring Game-high 163 receiving yards on four receptions, including TD catches of 58 and 75 yards.
As a Redshirt Freshman (2008): Played in four games as a reserve wide receiver and on special teams ... did not post any statistics ... saw action vs. Eastern Michigan (9/20), Florida State (11/22), Boston College (11/29) and Nevada (12/30) ... posted the third-highest strength index among wide receivers in spring testing ... also had the third-fastest 40-yard dash time.
As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... served as a backup at X receiver through much of the season ... made the travel squad for FIU (9/8), Wake Forest (9/22) and Rutgers (9/29).
At Hargrave Military Academy (2006): Originally signed with the Terps in the spring, but attended the Chatham, Va., school ... coached by Marty Talbert.
At Gwynn Park High School: A four-year letterwinner and three-year starter ... primarily played wide receiver but saw action as a safety in nickel packages ... posted 42 receptions for 1,093 yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior in 2006 ... also returned five punts and two kickoffs for touchdowns his final season ... a consensus all-state selection ... second team All-Met by The Washington Post ... also tabbed All-Gazette and All-Examiner ... lettered two years in track, posting a personal best of 10.56 in the 100 meters ... ran a 4.4 in the 40-yard dash ... teammate of fellow Terps Adrian Moten and Taylor Watson ... team was 14-0, winning its first-ever state championship his senior year ... also recruited by Tennessee, Connecticut and Akron ... coached by Danny Hayes.
Personal: Parents are Keith and Sheila McCree ... father ran track while at the U.S. Air Force Academy and mother ran track and played basketball at Ohio University ... majoring in African-American studies.
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