Tim McGrath
Quality Control Specialist/Special Teams

Tim McGrath

Quality Control Specialist/Special Teams

Years at Tech Fifth Season
Alma Mater Villanova (2013)
Tim McGrath

Biography

Tim McGrath is in his fifth year at Georgia Tech and his first as a quality control specialist for special teams. In his role, McGrath assists the Yellow Jackets’ coaching staff with opponent scouting and game-planning.

Prior to being promoted to quality control specialist in 2018, McGrath served as a staff assistant at Tech for four seasons with a focus on special teams. In that role, he played a big part in Georgia Tech leading the ACC in field-goal percentage and PAT percentage behind current Kansas City Chiefs place kicker Harrison Butker in 2016 and punter Pressley Harvin III earning freshman all-America recognition after leading all NCAA Division I FBS freshman with a 44.1-yard punting average in 2017.

McGrath came to The Flats after serving as video coordinator and special-teams quality control assistant at his alma mater, Villanova. As an undergraduate at Villanova, McGrath was a student assistant for the Wildcats’ nationally prominent NCAA Division I FCS program while also serving on the staff at Episcopal Academy, helping the prep squad to an 8-3 record in 2013.

McGrath also holds a wealth of indoor football experience from various professional leagues. He coached the 2013 and 2014 seasons with the Harrisburg Stampede, winning an American Indoor Football Championship in 2013, and spent the 2012 season on the staff of the Indoor Football League’s Reading Express.

McGrath, an Andover, Mass. native, graduated from Villanova in 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering.