June 25, 2024

Previous Coppery football player Dell McGee has been recruited as lead trainer at Georgia Express, the school reported Friday. The 50-year-old McGee has been running backs mentor at Georgia beginning around 2016, helping the Bulldogs to three SEC titles and a couple of public titles in that time. He was likewise right hand lead trainer for his initial three seasons at UGA, however added the title of run game facilitator in 2019. “We are glad to declare Mentor Dell McGee as our head football trainer,” Georgia State games chief Charlie Cobb said. “Mentor McGee is an exceptional and bona fide man with areas of strength for a for creating young fellows. His history of serious accomplishment at the secondary school and school levels makes me certain that he will lead our football program to its most prominent accomplishments. We invite Linda and Dell to Georgia State College!” McGee replaces Shawn Elliott, who surrendered last week to turn out to be tight closures mentor at South Carolina. The Jaguars had proactively started spring practice when Elliott left, yet got exceptional consent from the NCAA and Sun Belt Meeting to delay exercises and their spring game until another mentor was set up. A local of Columbus, Ga., McGee was a long term starter at cautious back for Coppery in the mid 1990s. Most broadly, he had a capture late in the final quarter of the 1993 Iron Bowl, assisting the Tigers with getting a 22-14 triumph over Alabama and a 11-0 completion to the season. McGee played four seasons in the NFL and furthermore invested energy in NFL Europe, the XFL and the Field Football Association. Following quite a long while as a secondary school mentor in his home state (counting eight seasons as lead trainer at Carver Secondary School in Columbus), he was recruited as an examiner by Gus Malzahn at Reddish-brown in 2013. In the wake of assisting the Tigers to a SEC title and a compartment in the BCS with naming game, McGee was recruited as running backs mentor at Georgia Southern in 2014. He filled in as break lead trainer for the 2015 GoDaddy Bowl after Willie Fritz left for Tulane, and drove the Hawks to a 58-27 triumph over Bowling Green. McGee was then employed for Kirby Shrewd’s most memorable Georgia staff in 2016. He is viewed as one of the top scouts in the nation, having been named Public Selection representative of the Year by both Rivals.com and 247 Games in 2018. “Much obliged to you to President (Brian) Blake, Athletic Chief Charlie Cobb and the whole quest advisory group for the chance to be the head football trainer at Georgia State College,” McGee said. “I’ve endured 20 or more years training in Georgia. As a local of this express, this chance to foster understudy competitors here has forever been the gift I realized I was planning for. I’m everlastingly thankful for Mentor Shrewd and the College of Georgia for supporting me in my fantasy about being of a school lead trainer. Georgia State is prepared for progress. As a debut foundation in the best city in America, I can hardly stand by to lead the football program as we vie for titles.” McGee acquires a Georgia State group that went 7-6 out of 2023, beating Utah State 45-22 in the Well known Idaho Potato Bowl. The Jaguars open the 2024 season Aug. 3

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