Errin Joe added as Georgia Tech grad assistant


Former Georgia Tech offensive lineman Errin Joe has been added as a graduate assistant coach. Joe, who played for the Yellow Jackets between 2011 and 2015 and started 16 games, will assist the offensive line.

Joe had previously served as an assistant quality control coach at Florida International. He had already been working at Tech this past semester in an unofficial capacity.

Joe is among a cadre of former Tech players pursuing careers in college coaching, including Tevin Washington (now on the recruiting staff at Tech), David Sims (running backs coach at Furman), Tashard Choice (running backs coach at North Texas) and Steven Sylvester (running backs coach at Jacksonville).


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