Shane Beamer’s first South Carolina coaching staff is starting to come together as the Gamecocks now have both coordinator positions filled under their first-year head coach.

Earlier this week, the Gamecocks introduced defensive coordinator Clayton White, offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield and receivers coach Justin Stepp. In addition to those hires, South Carolina landed former Marshall strength and conditioning coach Luke Day and former Florida defensive backs coach, Torrian Gray.

On Friday, South Carolina’s Board of Trustees approved the contracts of White, Satterfield, Gray and Day.

Here are the details of each coach’s new deals at South Carolina

Defensive coordinator Clayton White (signed three-year deal)

  • 2021: $900,000
  • 2022: $900,000
  • 2023: $900,000

Offensive coordinator Marcus Satterfield (signed two-year deal)

  • 2021: $900,000
  • 2022: $900,000

Defensive backs coach Torrian Gray (signed three-year deal)

  • 2021: $350,000
  • 2022: $475,000
  • 2023: $500,000

Strength coach Luke Day (signed two-year deal)

  • 2021: $400,000
  • 2022: $400,000

In addition to those figures, South Carolina also handed out raises to former Will Muschamp staffers, Des Kitchings (running backs coach) and Mike Peterson (outside linebackers coach).

They are each now set to make $420,000 per season, up from $300,000 per season.