McGee is a late-round prospect who impressed at the Shrine Game
Miami cornerback Brandon McGee was at one point in high school considered the top cornerback prospect in the state of Florida. After spending two years as a reserve for the Hurricanes, McGee earned a starting job in his junior season and made 24 starts in his career in Miami.
After turning in a pretty good showing at the NFL combine to go with a nice showing at the Shrine Game, McGee hopes he has put the inconsistent play of his senior year behind him and earn a mid-to-late round selection in this month's draft.
Full Name: Brandon McGee
Hometown: Plantation, FL
High School: Plantation HS
Major: Sports Administration
Arm Length: 32"
Hand Size: 9 1/8"
40-yard Dash: 4.40
Bench Press: 14
Vertical Jump: 33.5"
Broad Jump: 119"
3-cone Drill: 6.71
20-yard Shuttle: 4.18
- The Plantation, FL native was a high school All-American who played quarterback as a junior before switching to cornerback and wide receiver as a senior.
- Was rated the 10th best cornerback in the nation by Rivals.com
- Played in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl
- Was awarded the 2012 Captain's Award and the 2012 Plumer Award for Leadership, Motivation, and Spirit
Observation from around the web
- McGee's Twitter ID is: @B_McGee21
- Former Hurricane teammate Mike James and McGee are close friends who share the unique bond of both having lost their mothers while they were teenagers.
- According to ESPN's Mel Kiper, both McGee and James will be late-round selections, and likely the only Hurricanes taken in the draft.