Georgia adds assistant strength coach to support staff
Georgia has added a new assistant strength and conditioning coach to Scott Sinclair’s staff.
Brandon Gilbert is joining the strength staff as an assistant. He spent the previous four years as Charleston Southern’s director of strength and conditioning. Gilbert appears in the Bulldogs’ online staff directory, hired in January.
Prior to his time at CSU, Gilbert served as an assistant director of strength, speed, and conditioning at Coastal Carolina from May 2019 through January 2020. He was the top assistant for the football strength program, developing program design for offensive and defensive linemen, incoming freshmen, and non-travel players. Gilbert also assisted the special teams coordinator on game days with organizing alignments.
From 2017-19, Gilbert was an assistant strength coach for Charleston Southern.
a USC Upstate graduate, Gilbert got his start with internships at Byrnes (S.C.) High School and Furman University. He also spent a year at Indiana as a part-time assistant performance coach with the football program.
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According to The Athens Banner-Herald, Gilbert will be paid an annual salary of $105,000 in his new position.
Gilbert joins a strength and conditioning team that also features Lonnie Brown, Markell Clark, and KJ Florence.