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He got to where he is by being tough—not just physically, but mentally. He was a red shirt freshman, battling Jevan Snead (Ya, that one QB at Ole Miss) to replace a Texas legend, Vince Young, after their National title year. Sounds tough? Not for McCoy.
The Jim Ned HS prodigy has re-written the Texas record book, and he did it with a supporting cast that has not had a first round pick on offense since...you guessed it, Vince Young.
McCoy is great at throwing on the run, probably the best at it. He can run as well as he amassed nearly 600 yards on the ground last year. He will eclipse the 10,000 yard passing mark this upcoming year, and with his favorite target Jordan Shipley back in Austin, expect McCoy to make a lot happen with a little.