Clint McMillan is in his second season as a senior analyst on defense for Florida State in 2021.
McMillan was defensive line coach at UT Martin from 2017-19 and also held defensive run game coordinator and co-special teams coordinator titles in his time with the Skyhawks. He coached four all-conference performers during his tenure and in 2019 helped UTM lead the conference with 25 sacks. Also in 2019, he helped produce the only player in the country with multiple punt return touchdowns and the FCS’ individual leader in blocked kicks.
McMillan began his coaching career at Sanford Seminole High School and Winter Park High School before serving as a graduate assistant at Weber State from 2012-14. He then moved on to a graduate assistant role at Marshall from 2014-16, helping the Thundering Herd compile a 26-13 record with one conference championship and back-to-back bowl appearances. He was hired as defensive coordinator and secondary coach at Ohio Dominican before his role at UT Martin.
McMillan played four years at defensive tackle for Florida, appearing in 48 games and helping the Gators win the 2006 national championship. He earned his bachelor’s degree in sociology from Florida in 2007.