"They came up to the school and they talked to the coach for a while," he said. UVa is new to the Tampa (Fla.) Sickles playmaker, but that doesn't mean the Cavaliers are out of contention. "I am going to give them a chance and look into their program right now."
The 5-foot-10, 172 pounder hopes to visit the Wahoos this summer, but he also has a number of other schools he hopes to visit.
When he makes these visits, McCloud is trying to find a place he can belong.
"(I am lookin at) the experience, and just a place that feels like home to me."
The elite running back has a timeline in mind, however he will not rush his decision in order to make it work.
"If I am not committed by the first day of my senior year, I at least want to have a top five. "
McCloud is a three-star prospect, who ran for 28 touchdowns in his junior season, rushing for over 2,400 all-purpose yards.