Georgia reportedly brings in two new members to strength and conditioning staff
Georgia has reportedly filled openings on its strength and conditioning staff left when Ed Ellis and Jamil Walker went to Arkansas to join Sam Pittman’s staff.
Tersoo Uhaa and Marcus Sims are the new coaches, according to the Rivals site UGASports.com. Uhaa comes from Texas Tech, and has already updated his Twitter profile, and commented on his departure from the Tech men’s basketball program.
Uhaa was at Tennessee State, following a stint at Arkansas State, before he moved on to Texas Tech.
A native of Stone Mountain, Uhaa played football at Furman where he was a three-time All-Southern Conference selection at running back for the Paladins. He also worked as a weight training coach at Mount Pisgah Christian School before interning on the staff at Georgia Tech.
Sims spent the last two years with North Carolina after a stint with Army. Before Army, Sims served as the head sports performance coach at Stack Sports Performance and Therapy in Atlanta, where he performed assessments on athletes in order to develop specific training programs.
He also served on the support staff at Indiana, North Carolina A&T, and Bethune-Cookman.
It’s been an honor, privilege, and a blessing to be a part of the Texas Tech Men’s Basketball organization. I will forever cherish the experiences and relationships I have have made over… https://t.co/VPhLUHFefd
— Tersoo Uhaa (@CoachTUhaa) January 20, 2020