Mac McClung, a basketball star at Gate City High School in Virginia and a future Georgetown Hoya, put together a season’s worth of highlights in one game Tuesday night, including a dunk that’s going viral.
Two of the 6-foot-2 senior point guard’s 47 points came off this steal, behind-the-back dribble and two-handed reverse windmill.
Here’s another view.
— Overtime (@overtime) December 13, 2017
Gate City won big, 96-43, behind McClung’s 47 points.
As his highlight reel shows, McClung’s game is not just limited to powerful dunks — although he’s had more than one of those.
Check out No. 0 in action.
In October, McClung committed to play for Georgetown next year.
He no doubt impressed his future coach, Hoya great and Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing, who was in attendance Tuesday night.
Gate City 60, Lee 26. McClung with 32 with his future coach, Georgetown’s Patrick Ewing, watching. pic.twitter.com/ytbMy6IoTF
— Kevin Mays (@kevmays) December 13, 2017
Nationally, McClung is the 240th ranked player in the Class of 2018 and the 47th-ranked point guard.
In the state of Virginia, McClung is the seventh-best prospect, according to 247 Sports.
He had committed to Rutgers but decommitted a few days later in favor of Georgetown.
“He wants to bring it back to what it was,” McClung said of Ewing and Georgetown back in November, adding that his future coach “keeps it real with you and he’s a very transparent dude.”
With his high-flying game, he’ll certainly bring some excitement to the Big East next season.
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