Lenny McGill enters his second season as Senior National Scout with the Raiders after spending the prior seven seasons (2015-2021) with the Miami Dolphins as their West Coast scout. Prior to that he spent six seasons (2009-14) with the Denver Broncos. McGill scouted the Southwest region for the Broncos in 2014 after spending his first five years with the team as assistant director of college scouting. His scouting efforts helped Denver capture four consecutive AFC West division titles from 2011-14 with a young nucleus of talent that played major roles for the club. The Broncos went on to win the AFC Championship game in 2013 and play in Super Bowl XLVIll.
McGill joined the Broncos after nine years (2000-08) as a college scout for the Green Bay Packers following the conclusion of his five-year NFL playing career. As a college scout with the Packers, McGill was responsible for scouting the Central Plains region. Hired by Green Bay in 2000, he was part of five playoff berths and four division titles.
Prior to his scouting career, McGill played cornerback in the NFL for Green Bay (1994-95), Atlanta (1996-97) and Carolina (1998). McGill played at Arizona State University from 1990-93 and was a two-year starter for the Sun Devils. He also lettered for three seasons on the Sun Devils' track and field team. As a senior in high school, he had the top triple jump in the nation at 51'2".
McGill is a graduate of Arizona State with a bachelor's degree in criminal justice. Born in Long Beach, Calif., McGill is single with no kids.