One of several veteran contenders for playing time at cornerback ... Has good field savvy ... Got his first varsity action in the 2007 season ... Originally joined the team as a wide receiver in January 2006, moved to cornerback during spring practice of 2007 ... Has played in six games ... Has completed his degree in sociology ... Could work toward a second major or begin a master's program in the fall.
2007 (Junior): Saw action in six games, making a career-high five tackles in the win at Vanderbilt ... Logged 11 tackles on the season ... Got the first pass breakup of his collegiate career in the Music City Bowl win over Florida State ... Gained a berth on the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
2006 (Sophomore): Made the team as a walk-on wide receiver ... Was named the Scout Team Player of the Week three times during the season ... The coaches eventually chose him as the Most Outstanding Offensive Scout Team Player for the year.
2005 (Sophomore): Transferred to Kentucky but did not play football ... Used as a redshirt season.
High School: Two-year letterman and one-year starter for Seneca HS in Louisville ... Played wide receiver and was named all-district his senior season ... Grabbed 62 catches for 1,060 yards and seven touchdowns as a senior ... As a junior, notched 20 catches for 300 yards and one score ... Redhawks claimed the district title his senior season ... Coached by Lonnie Oldham ... Member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Spanish Club ... Played basketball and lettered for one season.
Personal: Born in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Robert and Margarita McAtee ... Major is sociology.
Community Cats: Put in extensive service time as a mentor at Johnson Elementary School and participated at the UK Children's Hospital "Breakfast With Santa" (2006) ... Participated in an event with the Boy Scouts and the UK Children's Hospital Valentine's Day party (2008).
McAtee Career Statistics Year Position G-GS Tackles TFL-Yds. Int.-Yds. PBU FC 2007 Cornerback 6-0 11 0 0 1 0