Signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent on May 7, 2020…appeared in 49 games over four seasons at Missouri and finished his career with 358 points which ranked second in program history…was successful on 61 of 84 career field goals for a 72.6-percent career success rate…his 61 field goals were good for the second-most in Missouri history, and he finished his career with three of the program's all-time top-25 scoring seasons…made a career-long field goal of 57 yards…his three successful career kicks of 50+ yards rank third-most in school history…converted 175 of 187 extra point attempts over four seasons…tallied 304 kickoffs for 19,117 yards and a 62.9-yard average while with the Tigers, and 201 of his kickoffs went for touchbacks…also served as the team's punter in 2019 and amassed 2,940 yards on 68 punts for a 43.2-yard average…had 20 punts of 50+ yards and 25 punts downed inside the 20-yard line.
As a senior (2019), appeared in 13 games and handled place kicking, field goal kicking and punting duties…totaled 82 points which ranked as the 24th-most in a single season in program history…converted 16 of 22 field goals for a 72.7-percent success rate and was successful on 34 of 37 extra points…totaled 64 kickoffs for 4,132 yards with 58 touchbacks and a 64.6-yard average…punted 68 times for 2,940 yards with a 43.2-yard average and a career-long punt of 62 yards…25 of his 68 punts went inside the 20-yard line and 20 punts went for 50+ yards…against Southeast Missouri State (9/14), became the first NCAA D1 kicker this century to have four punts of 50+ yards and three field goals of 40+ yards, including a season-high 52-yard field goal… against Ole Miss (10/12), was 4-for-4 on field goal tries including a long of 48, and had all nine kickoffs go for touchbacks…as a junior (2018), saw action in 12 games and totaled 123 points which ranked third-most in school history…converted 24 of 33 field goals for a 74.7 percent success rate…his 24 field goals were the second-most in a single-season in program history…added 51 extra points on 54 tries…tallied 94 kickoffs for 5,762 yards including 56 touchbacks…at South Carolina (10/6), was 5-for-6 on field goal attempts including a career-high 57-yard kick, which was the second-longest field goal in school history… as a sophomore (2017), appeared in 13 games…converted 15 of 17 field goals for a career-high 88.2 percent success rate which ranked second-best in the SEC and fifth-best in the nation...also connected on 51 of 53 extra point attempts...recorded 82 kickoffs and his 45 touchbacks ranked 12th in the nation…as a freshman (2016), appeared in 12 games and converted six of 12 field goals with a long of 46 yards…converted 39 of 43 extra point attempts…added 64 kickoffs including 42 touchbacks…against Delaware State (9/24), converted one field goal and 10 extra point attempts…majored in art at Missouri.
High school/personal: attended O'Fallon (Ill.) High School where he was rated as a consensus three-star recruit…rated as the third-best placekicker nationally by Rivals, fourth-best by ESPN and fifth-best by 247Sports…rated as a five-star punter and kicker by Kohl's Kicking Academy and was named as the top-rated kicker and No. 5 punter in the 2016 class…connected on 74 of 79 extra points as a senior and made at least one field goal of 50+ yards each year in high school…broke an Illinois state record that had stood since 1996 when he kicked a 60-yard field goal as a junior…was a second team Post-Dispatch All-Metro selection after recording 53 points as a junior…son of Jeff and Liz McCann…@tuckermccan on Twitter and Instagram…born Tucker Jeffrey McCann on Nov. 10, 1997, in O'Fallon, Ill.
Two Kickers, One Job: Will Titans Identify 2020 Kicker in Training Camp?
The Titans liked the way kicker Greg Joseph finished the year for them in 2019, but with limited opportunities, he still has something to prove in 2020. In training camp camp, he'll compete with Tucker McCann, an undrafted free agent from Missouri.