K.J. McElvaney has been a starter this season as a safety for Milford Academy. They have taken on quality competition this year and the defensive back from Louisville has been an important part of his team's success.
"My coaches said that I stepped up against big time teams," McElvaney said of his season.
In a loss to Army Prep, McElvaney said he played great in coverage while managing to pick up five solo tackles. "My coaches said I had the game of my life. Big time players play good against big time teams," he continued.
McElvaney has had his film sent out to several programs by his coaching staff.
K.J. plans to take some visits after the season and figure out where to go from here. Aside from his final game coming up on the 15th, there will be a combine where dozens of schools are expected to be present.
"I have a combine after the season. Over 40 schools are going to be there. We will have a scrimmage too," he continued.
McElvaney had options to go to junior college or to a smaller school out of high school, but he went the prep route because he felt they could help him improve and prepare for the next level. Now after almost finishing his season, he has no regrets.
"Going to a top five prep school in the nation like Milford Academy was the best decision I made in my life. I definitely feel like I'm D-1," he finished.
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