With his right hand still showcasing a noticeable scar, he talked of his summer and how far he's come to get back into playing shape for the fall.
He's no longer limited in what he can do. Even his previously rolled ankle, which further limited him in April, has had no notable setbacks this offseason.
Basically, McGee is back to being the player he'd hoped to be for a thin Ole Miss secondary looking to replace three starters.
McGee and junior Marcus Temple are the lone veterans amongst the cornerbacks, and are expected to the lead the unit with the open of the 2010-11 season drawing near.
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