Georgia released the salary figures for new assistant coach Jahmile Addae, and defensive analyst Will Muschamp on Wednesday. The Bulldogs also announced a series of raises for assistants already on coach Kirby Smart’s staff.

Addae, the new defensive backs coach hired from West Virginia, will make $500,000 annually while Muschamp is being paid like an assistant coach at $300,000 annually. Kirby Smart announced the addition of Muschamp to his staff on Wednesday in a Zoom press conference with reporters, per Dawgs247.

Georgia also announced that that defensive coordinator Dan Lanning, who was pursued by Texas and new head coach Steve Sarkisian, has been given a raise to $1.8 million. He made $1.25 million in 2020. Running backs coach Dell McGee will now make $800,000, a raise of $125,000 from his 2020 salary. Tight ends coach Todd Hartley will receive a $50,000 raise from $400,000 in 2020 to $450,000 in 2021.

While with the Mountaineers, Addae led the nation’s No. 1 pass defense in 2020 in passing yards surrendered per game. He made $325,000 last season at WVU. Muschamp, the former South Carolina coach, reached a buyout settlement with the Gamecocks at the end of 2020 for $12.9 million. Muschamp’s son, Jackson Muschamp, is a walk-on quarterback for the Bulldogs. Muschamp previously served as the head coach at Florida and the defensive coordinator at Auburn (two stints), Texas, and LSU.

The assistants already on staff had a series of pursuits with other schools, most notably Lanning with Texas. But McGee was also reportedly pursued by Auburn, his alma mater. Hartley also may be rewarded for recruiting big-time tight ends Darnell Washington and Brock Bowers in the past two classes to Athens.