McGee enters his second season as offensive coordinator of the Saints after the most productive season offensively since the program began. The Saints were No. 11 nationally in total offense and No. 4 nationally in total passing offense. He will also serve as the assistant head coach as well as coach the quarterbacks.
McGee assumed a co-offensive coordinator role when returning to SHU in 2014. Prior to that, he spent one season at Eastern Michigan where he served as an offensive graduate assistant under Stan Parrish. Before 2013, McGee spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach at Siena Heights where he worked as the wide receivers coach and video coordinator for the Saints in 2011 before moving to work with the quarterbacks in 2012.
A four-year starter at quarterback for Adrian College, McGee broke career records for most pass attempts (815), completions (494), passing yards (6,643), touchdowns (49), and highest completion percentage (60.6) in program history. In 2010, he also set single-season records for completions (183), passing yards (2,302), and touchdowns (19).
After earning a bachelor’s of business administration from Adrian College in 2010, McGee continued his education at Siena Heights where he earned his Masters Degree in the Organizational Leadership program.
In 2004, McGee was the starting quarterback for Brookhaven High School and guided the Bearcats to the first and only football state championship in the history of Columbus Public Schools.