ATHENS — Make that at least one staffer that new Georgia coach Kirby Smart is bringing with him from Alabama.
Glenn Schumann, who had been a defensive analyst at Alabama, has joined the Bulldogs. Schumann changed his Twitter profile on Monday to say “Assistant Football Coach for the University of Georgia.”
Schumann’s role at Georgia has not been announced. But it’s very clear he will part of the staff in some capacity.
“Great day to be a Georgia Bulldog!! Wheels up,” Schumann tweeted on Monday morning, adding a CommitToTheG hashtag.
His previous tweet, two days ago, said he “couldn’t be happier” to be part of Alabama’s back-to-back SEC championship team.
Schumann’s title at Alabama was player development/player personnel. Those were titles that current Georgia assistants Jeremy Pruitt and Kevin Sherrer held while they were at Alabama in the 2000s.