Georgia has a new coach on staff.
The Bulldogs have added Itawamba Community College (Fulton, Miss.) offensive line coach Will Peagler as a graduate assistant to help out with Georgia’s offensive line, according to a report from Football Scoop. He will take over for D.J. Looney, who was recently hired by Mississippi State to assist with coaching tight ends and offensive tackles.
Prior to Itawamba, Peagler served as an offensive quality control assistant with Minnesota, where he was in charge of opponent scouting, self-scouting and the day-to-day operations with the offense.
He also had stints at Jones Community College (offensive coordinator/offensive line coach), Olive Branch High School (OC/OL coach), Coffeyville Community College (run-game coordinator/recruiting coordinator), Louisiana-Lafayette (offensive quality control/grad assistant) and Valdosta State (tight ends coach).
Peagler graduated from Clemson in 2010 with a degree in Sport Management after serving four seasons as a student assistant with the football team.
In 2016, Itawamba’s offense ranked No. 16 nationally in the NJCAA in points per game (36.1 ppg).