The Jacksonville Jaguars have named Garrick McGee as the team's offensive quality control coach. He replaces John McNulty, who was promoted to receivers coach after Pete Carmichael was named offensive coordinator of the Cleveland Browns.
McGee, 26, will assist the offensive coaching staff in all aspects of game preparation, including scouting reports, opponent breakdown and writing the playbook.
McGee spent the 1999 season as the wide receivers coach at Northern Iowa University, coaching players who set several school and conference records for total offense, yards passing and touchdown passes. He coached at Langston University from 1996 to '98, serving as defensive backs coach, quarterbacks coach and then special teams coordinator and wide receivers coach.
McGee played quarterback at the University of Oklahoma, where he was the Big Eight Offensive Newcomer of the Year in 1994. In 1995, playing under Howard Schnellenberger, McGee set school single-season records for pass attempts and completions and finished second in passing yards and total offense. He ranked fourth in the Big Eight and 43rd nationally in total offense. McGee played at Northeast Oklahoma A&M in 1993, where he was honorable mention JUCO All-America. He was redshirted at Arizona State in 1991 and he started two of four games played in '92 under Bruce Snyder and then-ASU quarterbacks coach Bob Petrino, who is now the Jaguars' quarterbacks coach. He earned a bachelor's degree from Oklahoma in 1996.
He was All-City and All-State as a junior and senior at Booker T. Washington High in Tulsa, Okla., where he played for his father.