Adam McGuire
Adam McGuire
Title: Asst. Football Coach-Defensive Backs/Special Teams
Phone: 210-999-8222

Adam McGuire is in his third season on the Tigers football coaching staff and will coach the defensive backs and special teams. He started as a part-time coach in the 2017 season.

In April 2019, Coach McGuire was awarded a Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship. He spent part of the summer with the National Football League’s Minnesota Vikings at their training camp, mini-camp, and organized activities. The fellowship is named for the late Bill Walsh and is designed for the professional development of minority coaches.

Coach McGuire was a four-year letterman at Texas Lutheran University from 2011-2014. The safety/outside linebacker was a team captain and two-year starter for the Bulldogs. Coach McGuire earned All-Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference honors during the 2013 and 2014 seasons and led TLU and the SCAC in interceptions and passes defended in the 2013 campaign. He was a major contributor to the Bulldogs’ consecutive SCAC Championships in 2013 and 2014. After winning the conference title in 2014, Texas Lutheran was awarded its first-ever berth in the NCAA Division III Playoffs.

In January 2015, Coach McGuire played in Dream Bowl III, a college all-star game in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He finished the game as the team’s leader in tackles.

Coach McGuire earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in social entrepreneurship from Texas Lutheran in May 2015. He was president of the university’s Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and was asked to speak at numerous events. Coach McGuire also was vice president of TLU’s Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity.

He gained extensive coaching experience at the Jerheme Urban Football Camp. Coach McGuire started in 2015 as the assistant defensive backs and wide receivers coach and served in the position for two years.

Twitter Handle: @CoachMcGuire_

Recruiting Areas:

South Dallas-Killeen
South San Antonio
South Austin
California (Defensive players)
Pacific Northwest
New Mexico