2011: Enters his final season as one of the nation's most versatile and talented players... earned first team preseason All-American honors as a utility player from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) and College Baseball Lineup (formerly Ping! Baseball)...selected to Baseball America's second team as a utility player...NCBWA has placed him on its Stopper of the Year Award preseason watch list.
2010: First team All-American as a utility player by Baseball America and NCBWA...second team All-American utility player Ping! Baseball... third team All-American relief pitcher by Collegiate Baseball... winner of the inaugural 2010 John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award...semifinalist for the Golden Spikes Award and Dick Howser Trophy... first team All-ACC (UT/DH)...NCAA Norwich All-Regional Team selection...converted 13 of 15 save opportunities, converting his first seven chances...posted a 4-1 record with a 2.96 ERA; tops on the team among any player with a decision...led the Seminoles in home runs (17) and RBI (73) for a second consecutive season and finished third on the team with a .328 average...his 13 saves ranked second in the ACC, seventh nationally and were the third most in a single season at FSU...eight of his saves came against ACC opponents; three more came in the NCAA Tournament...made 20 appearances with just one start, tossing 6.0 no-hit innings at Jacksonville with a season-high eight strikeouts...first career save came in the opening game of series with North Carolina...he earned his fourth save on April 4 against Virginia Tech which secured career win No. 1,600 for coach Mike Martin's...did not allow a run through his first seven appearances...had a huge series against Miami, including 1.2 shutout innings in the series finale for his third win...entered the game in the 8th with the bases loaded and one out and escaped unscathed...pitched a scoreless ninth inning in FSU's ACC Championship game win over NC State...earned saves in consecutive outings against Oregon in the NCAA Norwich Regional, including the title game clincher...registered his 12th save in game 3 of the NCAA Super Regional against Vanderbilt, working a season-high 2.1 relief innings...struck out five as the `Noles secured a berth in the College World Series....final save of the season came against Florida in the second game of the CWS when he went 0.2 innings...suffered his only loss of the season in the elimination game rematch with TCU......ranked in the top 10 in the ACC in home runs (t-6th) and RBI (5th)...had a 12-game streak of driving in at least one run, collecting 24 RBI during that stretch (4/16-5/7)...led the team with three walk-off hits, including a two-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth to beat Miami and clinch the series...second career walk-off hit was a 13th inning RBI single to beat Jacksonville...third walk-off was a two-out, solo homer against Vanderbilt in the opening game of the Super Regional...first hit of the season was a two-run homer on opening day against Georgia State...led the team with a .556 (5-for-9) average in three regular season games against Miami, with a double and three homers, including two in game 1...belted the second grand slam of his career and first of the season to erase a three-run deficit against LeMoyne... batted .375 (6-for-16) in the Seminoles' ACC Tournament title march with five runs scored, a double, three HRs and four RBI...registered second multi-HR game of the season hitting a pair in a win over Virginia...hit a solo shot in the championship final vs. NC State...finished the 2010 postseason batting .286 (8-for-36) with three homers, three doubles and nine RBI...four of those hits came in the College World Series as three went for extra bases - one double, two home runs...drove in half of FSU's runs in the win over Florida in Omaha - tied a season-high with four RBI...hit home runs in back-to-back games in the CWS against Florida and TCU...started 62 games in left field and led all outfielders with eight assists...selected in the 41st round of the 2010 MLB Draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks.
2009: Baseball America and Ping! Baseball second team All-American...earned third team All-America honors from the NCBWA...garnered second team ABCA All-Atlantic Region accolades...named to the All-ACC second team while securing a spot on the ACC All- Tournament team...earned a spot on the NCAA Tallahassee All-Region Team...named to the All-ACC second team by SEBaseball.com...productive sophomore campaign as a twoway player...finished second on the team with a .379 average, while leading the Garnet and Gold in home runs (19), RBI (78) and slugging percentage (.768)...led the ACC in RBI and slugging percentage, while ranking in the top 10 in five other offensive categories including home runs (4th), on-base percentage (4th), runs scored (t-5th), batting average (6th) and total bases (7th)... finished in the top 20 nationally in slugging percentage (15th) and RBI (t-16th)...tied for first on the team with 21 multi-RBI games...tallied four or more RBI in a game seven times... registered first career multi-home run game with two blasts in the series finale against Clemson, including a walk-off, three-run blast to right in the bottom of the ninth...hit .538 (7-for-13) in the ACC Tournament including a perfect 4-for-4 in the championship game against Virginia to establish a career-high...hit .545 with the bases loaded... posted a .489 batting average (22-for-45) with seven doubles, six home runs, 17 runs and 22 RBI in the 12 games in which he was the starting pitcher...on the mound went 6-2 while matching 2008 ERA of 4.04...made 15 appearances including 13 starts... racked up 72 strikeouts in 69.0 innings of work while holding the opposition to a .248 batting average...worked 5+ innings in nine of his 13 starts...earned a start on opening weekend for the second consecutive season...recorded the win against Hofstra after not giving up an earned run in 6.0 innings of work...tied a career-high with 7.0 innings pitched in a win over Wake Forest at home...struck out a career-high 12 batters against Grambling State in the regular season finale...was the pitcher of record in FSU's 37-6 victory over Ohio State in the NCAA regional championship final...tied for the team lead with four outfield assists.
2008: Named first team Freshman All-American by Rivals.com and second team Freshman All-American by the NCBWA - both as a utility player...provided major contributions both offensively and defensively in his first season at Florida State...ranked second among Seminole freshmen with a .344 average...appeared in 58 games with 46 starts - 32 in left field and 14 as the Seminole designated hitter...slugged .544 with eight doubles, three triples and six home runs...drove in 36 runs and scored 35 times...opened the season posting multiple hits in all three games of a series sweep over Duquesne...hit .727 with six RBI and three runs en route to being named ACC Player of the Week...was a double short of hitting for the cycle in the second game against the Dukes as he hit his first collegiate triple and home run in the win...drove in a career-high six runs in the second of a two-game midweek set against Stetson at home...all six RBI came in his first three at-bats...joined Stuart Tapley as the only two Seminoles to register six RBI on the year...big game against Miami in the series finale going 2-for-3 with three runs scored, a home run and an RBI...also pitched the final 2.2 innings allowing just one run on three hits with four strikeouts...hit .350 in eight games of the NCAA Tournament...batted .500 (5-for-10) during the Super Regionals against Wichita State...tied a season-high with three hits in game two against the Shockers with three RBI and two runs...belted his sixth home run of the season in the win...started both games of the College World Series in the left field...went 7-1 on the mound with a 4.04 ERA in 12 appearances...made his collegiate debut on the mound against Duquesne...picked up the win in his first start while taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning...worked a career high seven innings twice against Auburn and Stetson for a pair of wins both starts resulted in wins...biggest win came against Bucknell in an elimination game of the Tallahassee Regional...pitched five innings and left the game with the Seminoles ahead 17-6...posted a .986 fielding percentage with 13 assists while committing just one error.
HIGH SCHOOL: A utility player in high school, hit over .400 in three straight seasons at Port St. Lucie High...earned All-State Honorable Mention honors as a sophomore and second team All-State as a junior...finished his junior year with a 1.27 ERA and a 7-4 record while striking out 81 batters in 66 innings...started the FHSAA 2007 5A state semifinal game and allowed just two runs while picking up the win and leading his team to the state championship finals...selected in the 37th round by the Chicago Cubs in the 2007 MLB Draft.
PERSONAL: Son of Jeff and Susan McGee...young brother Stephen is a sophomore on the Seminole baseball team...named to the Dean's List (Fall 2009, Fall 2010)...double major of political science and economics...member of the 3.0 GPA Club (Spring 2009)...invited to tryouts with Team USA during the summer of 2009...major is political science...born on March 7, 1989.