The twin brothers are both fresh AFL draftees, but Harry McKay reckons he has one over his sibling Ben.
Harry was snared by Carlton with pick No.10 in Tuesday's NAB AFL Draft, while Ben was chosen by North Melbourne with selection 21.
"I won't let him forget about that, thatís for sure ... Iíve definitely got the wood on him by being the first picked," Harry said.
Standing next to his brother, Ben didn't take the bait.
"I'll let my footy do the talking, I think. Wait until we get out on the ground," Ben said.
The towering 17-year-olds could well take their backyard scraps into the AFL arena - 200cm tall Harry is renowned as a forward and 198cm Ben is a defender.
"It would be a bit of fun," Harry said of a potential clash.
"There would be a fair bit of banter and a few little cheap shots.
"Hopefully, we can look forward to that in the next 10 years."
North Melbourne select Ben McKay with pick No.21 in the 2015 NAB AFL Draft.
"He's performed as a forward and a back in his short exposure in the NAB Cup Ė he only played the 10 games Ė but we think he's got the attributes to develop into a power forward," North Melbourne recruiting manager Bryce Lewis said.
"He's certainly going to provide a physical presence and impact marking contests. He's a highly competitive kid who has really improved over the second half of the year after playing senior footy at Warragul."