All-star candidate on the Tulane offensive line. Has been the top offensive lineman for the Green Wave in each of his first three seasons and has started all 36 games in his career.
2004: Tulane's top offensive lineman for the third straight season. Started all 11 games at left tackle. Second on the team with 20 knockdown blocks. Graded out at 84 percent for 710 plays. Logged a season-high 90 percent mark in Tulane's upset win over Navy (11/6). Posted grades above 87 percent in four of the Wave victories, including 87 percent against FAMU (9/11) and 88 percent versus Army (11/13) and Navy. Also graded at 87 percent against Southern Miss (9/25). Named the Green Wave's Offensive Player of the Game for the Houston contest (10/30). Earned All-Louisiana honorable mention honors.
2003: Top offensive lineman for Tulane for the second year in a row as the Wave had its fourth-best offensive season ever. Earned Third Team All-Conference USA recognition. Graded out to an 85% mark for the season to lead the Wave offensive line while starting all 12 games at left tackle. One of seven players on the Wave to start every game. Totalled 23 knockdown blocks, also tops on the team, on 779 offensive plays (94 percent of team's total). Named Tulane's Offensive Player of the Game by coaches after a 91% grade at UAB (11/8) and a 90% mark at Louisville (10/17). Earned a 90% grade at Southern Miss (11/15) and an 89% mark against Texas (9/27). Led the way for seven 100-yard rushing games by TU backs while protecting QB J.P. Losman on his 422 pass attempts.
2002: A third-team Freshman All-American by The Sporting News. Earned recognition on the C-USA All-Freshman team. Graded out to a team-high 81 percent on the season while playing 901 plays. Totalled a team-high 31 knockdown blocks. Earned the offensive line's "Sledge Hammer" award, given to the Tulane offensive lineman with the most dominant blocks in each game, four times, to tie for team-high honors. Top performance came versus Southern Miss (11/23) when he graded out to a season-high 91 percent. Also had the "Sledge Hammer" versus UAB (10/19), Navy (10/26) and Army (11/16). Picked up a "Hard Hat" award a team-leading four times with a weekly grade of 85 percent or more, no mental errors and no penalties. Six "key blocks" led directly to Tulane scores or big plays. Started every game at left tackle. Helped lead the way for Mewelde Moore to post his second straight 1,000-yard season while setting the record for career rushing yards. Named the Green Wave offensive MVP for the UAB game after dominating his opponent in a 35-14 Tulane win.
2001: Redshirted the season.
HIGH SCHOOL: Offensive guard who was chosen one of the Top 66 players in Texas as a third team selection to the Texas Super Team, which consists of players from all classifications (1A-5A). A second team 4A all-state choice as a senior. Also named to the second team All-Greater Houston squad by the Houston Chronicle. Earned first team all-district recognition. A member of the Port Arthur area Super 22 squad. Ranked the 13th best offensive lineman in Texas. Three-year starter who led his team to the playoffs each year and a 9-2 record his senior season. Earned second team all-district honors in 1998 and 1999. Played for Coach Arthur Louis. An all-district soccer player in 1999.
PERSONAL: Christopher Lee McGee. Born September 2, 1982 in Galveston, Texas. The son of Carolyn McGee. Majoring in organizational information technology.