Chase McGrath is a collegiate football player, currently the kicker for the Tennessee Volunteers. Before transferring to the University of Tennessee in 2021, McGrath spent four seasons with the USC Trojans, where he cemented his place in Trojan history. In 2017, McGrath won USC’s Joe Collins Walk On award and was given a scholarship after he sent the Texas game into overtime and kicked the game-winning field goal to beat the Longhorns in the 2005 national championship rematch in the Coliseum. He currently holds the USC record for most field goals in a game at 5, for his performance against UNLV in 2018. McGrath won USC’s Special Teams Player of the Year in 2019, and currently has over 30 collegiate starts under his belt. In high school, McGrath played for Mater Dei under the legendary Coach Bruce Rollinson. McGrath graduated from USC with a BA in Communications and is currently working towards his Masters in Strategic and Digital Communication at Tennessee.