McGee became a starter as a junior (12 starts), but didn't have the season most thought he would, finishing with 38 tackles and one interception.
He fought off a spring challenge for his job in 2012 and again went on to start all 12 games. However, McGee continued to be plagued by inconsistency as he finished with 54 tackles and two interceptions.
Previously thought to be a late-round prospect, McGee was definitely one of the bright spots of the week at the Shrine Game.
Weaknesses: Good, but not great, speed and can get beat vertically. Too much contact downfield and needs to do a better job with his hands and body positioning, often making it too easy for the officials to call pass interference. Room to improve his transitional technique and discipline. Inconsistent open-field tackler and doesn't have great strength to always finish once he initiates contact. A few questions regarding his competitive nature and coachability.