Kezarrick ‘Kez’ McCorvey has played in the CFL, NFL and NFL Europa, and is a legend at Florida State University where he has been inducted into the football Hall of Fame. In 2011, he served as the Receivers Coach, Pass Game Coordinator and Strength & Conditioning Coach for Bethel University. Before that, he spent two seasons as the Head Football Coach at McClay School in Tallahassee.
McCorvey was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the fifth round of the 1995 NFL Draft. He played three seasons for Detroit where he gained valuable experience learning the professional game. He played one outstanding season with the Rhein Fire of NFL Europa in 1999 before joining the Edmonton Eskimos. As a member of the Green & Gold from 2000-2001, he was named a CFLPA All-Star in 2000, tied the Eskimos’ record for most touchdowns in a single game (4), and tied Milt Stegall for most touchdowns during the 2000 season with 15. McCorvey first caught passes from Nealon Greene and then from Jason Maas in 2001.
Upon retirement from football, McCorvey owned and operated a business, Titus Sports Academy, based out of Tallahassee, Florida from 2001-2009. From 2002-2007, he was a Receivers Instructor for the Darin Slack Wide Receivers Camps.
McCorvey was a member of FSU's first National Championship team in 1993. He was a two-time ACC selection (1993-94) and was a First-Team All-American in 1994. He is still in the top-5 in school history in most receptions and receiving yards, and in 2005 he was inducted into the school’s football Hall of Fame.
As a senior, he was a finalist for the Fred Biletnikoff Award as the nation’s top receiver.
Born in Massachusetts, McCorvey attended Pascagoula High School. He earned a sociology degree from Florida State. He is married to Loris McCorvey and the couple has four children: Imoni, Kez Jr., Micah, and Cristian.