Written by Pete Smith on April 18, 2016
Tony McRae was 2-Time All-MEAC 1st team corner after initially committing to the school as a tailback. After recording 5 interceptions as a junior, teams stopped trying to throw at him as a senior. McRae also returned a total of 63 kickoffs in his career with 4 touchdowns and an average of 25.7 yards per return.
Now, the Aggie corner is turning his attention to the NFL and what he can do for a team on the next level.
Pete Smith: Help me understand the way you guys play defense. I see you play boundary corner and then I see you in the middle of the field as a safety.
Tony McRae: Okay. I play boundary corner because in the MEAC, the best receivers usually play in the boundary, so the throws are shorter. Our quarterbacks throw a lot of quick game stuff in the boundary, so the best (read more…)