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Ryan McNamee
Position: Director of Player Development
Alma Mater: Gettysburg, 1999
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Ryan McNamee Profile
Courtesy: Hurricanesports.com
Release: 07/25/2012

Ryan McNamee is entering his fourth season as the Director of Player Development for the University of Miami Hurricane football program. The Philadelphia native assists head coach Al Golden and director of football operations Don Corzine in developing, organizing and executing strategies to maintain the day-to-day operations of the football program. McNamee is directly responsible for the Annual Marrow Donor Drive, the Al Golden Football Camps, Walk-On Tryout Coordinator, Strength Staff Liaison, Team Discipline, Team Communications and serves as the liaison to the NFL Scouts and coordinates the Annual University of Miami Pro Timing Day.

McNamee came to Coral Gables after spending four seasons at Temple. He joined the Temple staff in 2007 as the assistant director of football operations before being promoted to Director of Player Development where he spent the 2008-2010 seasons.

A four-year varsity football letterwinner at Gettysburg College, he brings 13 seasons of coaching and administrative experience to the 2014 campaign.

While at Temple, McNamee was responsible for the coordination of the Al Golden Football Camp, Owl Honor Roll, Team Accountability (TAP), and Owl Outreach programs, which flourished under his direction. As the Owls' community service liaison, McNamee, in conjunction with the National Marrow Donor Program and Temple Fox Chase Bone Marrow Transplant Program, directed the inaugural Temple University Marrow Donor Drive, which added 630 new participants to the National Marrow Donor List, setting a new record for signees through the college/university recruitment program.

The football team also set new records by accumulating more than 1,000 hours of community service consecutively during the 2007, 2008, 2009 & 2010 academic years. The Owls also received numerous team and individual awards under McNamee’s guidance, including The Temple Athletics T.E.A.M. Award (2009, 2010), the Robert P. Levy Community Service Award (2009), Wuerffel Trophy Finalist (Dominique Harris, 2009) and AFCA Good Works Team Member (Amara Kamara, 2010). McNamee also served as the Owls' pro liaison and walk-on tryout coordinator, while assisting with recruiting and special teams.

Prior to arriving at Temple, McNamee served as director of recruiting and special projects at Villanova. He joined head coach Andy Talley's staff in the summer of 2004. With the Wildcats, he was instrumental in assisting with the team’s office, recruiting, video, game day, academic advisement, and summer camp operations. He arrived at VU after working as an assistant football and baseball coach at his alma mater during the 2003-04 academic year.

McNamee earned a bachelor's degree in health and physical science from Gettysburg in May 1999 and played outside linebacker and tight end for the Bullets. He later received a master's degree in health and physical education from Adams State College (Colo.) in December 2000.

In Alamosa (Colo.), he served as an assistant football coach, instructing the Adams State Grizzlies running backs for two seasons. McNamee then returned to the Delaware Valley as a health and physical education teacher at Kinsey Elementary School in Philadelphia from 2001 to 2003.

McNamee is a graduate of Father Judge High School, where he captained the football squad. He and wife Valerie have two sons, Danial (15) and Logan (3).

 McNAMEE FILE
 PERSONAL
 Hometown  Philadelphia, Pa.
 Education  Gettysburg, 1999 (B.A., Health and Physical Education)
   Adams State College, 2000 (M.A., Health and Physical Education)
 Family  wife Valerie; sons Danial and Logan
 CAREER
 1999-2000  Graduate Assistant/RB Coach, Adams State College
 2003-04  Assistant Football/Baseball Coach, Gettysburg College
 2004-06  Director of Recruiting Operations & Special Projects, Villanova
 2007  Assistant Director of Football Operations, Temple
 2008-10  Director of Player Development, Temple
 2011-  Director of Player Development, Miami



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Monday, September 01
Football at Louisville
Louisville, Ky.
8:00 PM
ESPN
Saturday, September 06
Football vs. Florida A&M
Miami Gardens, Fla.
7:00 PM
ESPN3
Saturday, September 13
Football vs. Arkansas State
Miami Gardens, Fla.
3:30 PM
ESPNU
Saturday, September 20
Football at Nebraska
Lincoln, Neb.
8:00 PM
ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
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Football vs. Duke
Miami Gardens, Fla.
TBA
Saturday, October 04
Football at Georgia Tech
Atlanta, Ga.
TBA
Saturday, October 11
Football vs. Cincinnati
Miami Gardens, Fla.
TBA
Thursday, October 23
Football at Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Va.
7:30 PM
ESPN
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