Top high school quarterbacks are used to having colleges fawn over them. There's a high demand, and a very low supply of truly elite passers. In some cases, kids will be offered as early as middle school - and the head coaches who offer them are more than happy to wait four to five years for their services. In the case of 6'6" Tanner McKee, the school he ends up choosing will likely have to wait an additional two years.
McKee (out of Corona, California) is the #2 rated Pro-Style QB in the country, and by far the highest rated QB still on the board. He could choose to attend pretty much any college, but the Centennial gunslinger has seemingly narrowed his decision to five schools: BYU, Texas, Alabama, Stanford and Washington.
What makes McKee's recruitment unique is the fact that he's a devout Mormon, and plans to take a two-year mission immediately after graduation. This means that the school that he eventually signs with won't have him on campus until at least 2020.
Fortunately, you don't have to wait three more years to watch one of the top players in the country pick defenses apart. You can watch him TONIGHT on the NFHS Network, as his nationally-ranked Centennial Huskies take on Corona High School.