Player Bio

Greg McCoy
CB #39
Height:
5-10
Weight:
178
College:
Texas Christian
Experience:
0

No Data

No Data

No Data

Biography

COLLEGE CAREER: Started 28-of-51 games for the Horned Frogs from 2008-11... CBSSports.com and Yahoo! Sports first-team all-American, Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Year and First-team all-MW as a senior... Compiled 92 tackles (71 solo), 7 INTs and 17 PDs... Also amassed 52 KRs for 1,505 yards and 3 TDs.
COLLEGE CAREER: Started 28-of-51 games for the Horned Frogs from 2008-11... CBSSports.com and Yahoo! Sports first-team all-American, Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Year and First-team all-MW as a senior... Compiled 92 tackles (71 solo), 7 INTs and 17 PDs... Also amassed 52 KRs for 1,505 yards and 3 TDs.

SENIOR: A CBSSports.com and Yahoo! Sports first-team All-American at kick returner... Tabbed by Phil Steele Publications as a second-team all-American... Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Year... First-team all-MW selection as a kick returner and an honorable-mention pick at cornerback... Poinsettia Bowl Defensive Most Valuable Player... Totaled 32 tackles on the season... Had a TCU-high 7 PBUs while tying for the team lead with 2 INTs... Started all 13 games... Led the Mountain West and ranked sixth nationally in kickoff return average at 30.6 yards... Returned a kick 94 yards for a touchdown and also had a 99-yard kickoff return for a score. JUNIOR: Started all 13 games at cornerback... Also made a contribution on special teams... Ranked 10th on TCU with 30 tackles, including 24 solo stops... His 6 PBUs placed second... Had INTs in back-to-back weeks... Returned 5 kickoffs for 167 yards (33.4 avg.). SOPHOMORE: Contributed at both cornerback and special teams... Made two starts at corner, including the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl... Returned a kickoff 81 yards for a touchdown... Tied for third on TCU with 2 INTs. REDSHIRT FRESHMAN: Played in 12-of-13 games... Added depth to the cornerback position while contributing on special teams. FRESHMAN: Redshirted as a true freshman.

PERSONAL: Received 4-A Most Valuable Player honors as a senior... Was also first-team all-area at wide receiver... Totaled 37 receptions for 834 yards and 10 TDs... Named Woodrow Wilson's team MVP... First-team all-district at defensive back his junior year and a second-team selection at wide receiver... Recorded 3 INTs and scored over 10 TDs.

Recent Articles

  • Floyd featured in 'Meet the Rookies'

    Posted 20 hours ago

    Bears first-round pick Leonard Floyd is featured in the first segment of "Meet the Rookies," a four-part series that chronicles the inspirational stories of the team’s newest players.

  • Chandler thankful Bears believe in him

    Posted Jun 24, 2016

    Offensive tackle Nate Chandler, who signed with the Bears June 3, is determined to bounce back from a knee injury that forced him to miss all of last season with the Carolina Panthers.

  • Former Bears offer advice to rookies

    Posted Jun 23, 2016

    The past, present and future of the Bears collided at Halas Hall Wednesday when six former players shared their experiences and offered advice to the team’s rookies.

  • Bears give rookies a history lesson

    Posted Jun 22, 2016

    Bears owner Virginia McCaskey and six former players discussed the team's history and life in the NFL with Bears rookies Wednesday at Halas Hall.

Recent Videos

  • Meet the Rookies: Daniel Braverman

    Posted 50 minutes ago

    Learn more about rookie wide receiver Daniel Braverman as he begins his NFL career on Meet the Rookies.

  • Meet the Rookies: Leonard Floyd

    Posted 19 hours ago

    Meet the Rookies showcases personal profile of Leonard Floyd as he takes his first steps toward establishing an NFL career.

  • Trailer: Meet the Rookies

    Posted Jun 24, 2016

    A preview of our four part series, 'Meet the Rookies' brought to you by Chicago Tribune digitalPLUS.

  • Trevathan talks White House visit

    Posted Jun 7, 2016

    Danny Trevathan joined his former teammates for a trip to Washington D.C. to visit with President Barack Obama following the Denver Broncos' Super Bowl victory.