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#14 Kevion McGee
Redshirt Junior | 5-10 | 185 lbs. | Ardmore, Oklahoma
- Position: Defensive Back
- Previous College: Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
- Projection: Second-String
- Status: On Scholarship
Kevion Raashad McGee (b. Feb. 4, 1996) is a defensive back who comes to K-State after success at the community college level and will compete for starting duties in the secondary as a junior. He arrived in time to participate in spring practices, which is a plus.
McGee had three tackles (one solo, two assisted) and a pass breakup for the White team in the 2018 spring game, as well as a pass breakup as a defensive starter for the Purple team.
He played at Ardmore High School under head coach Doug Wendal, helping to lead the Tigers to a 10-2 record and a trip to the state semifinals.
McGee redshirted during the 2015 season and played two seasons under head coach Clay Patterson at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, where he was regarded as the 14th-best community-college safety in the nation by 247Sports.
He earned first-team All-Southwest Junior College Football Conference honors as a sophomore in 2017.
McGee recorded 27 tackles, an interception and six pass breakups a year ago, including a season-high five tackles and a breakup in the season opener against New Mexico Military Institute. He also totaled 24 tackles and five breakups as a redshirt freshman in 2016.
McGee had a career-high six stops against Blinn, while he registered three breakups against Trinity Valley. He was a teammate of fellow Wildcats defensive back Darreyl Patterson.
McGee selected K-State over offers from Toledo and UAB.