Looks like Coach Sherrer may be the new DC at Tennessee.
“Georgia head coach Kirby Smart could have a vacancy on his staff in the near future. According to FoxSports College Football reporter Bruce Feldman, Bulldog outside linebackers coach Kevin Sherrer is expected to be the new Tennessee defensive coordinator under Jeremy Pruitt.
Sherrer is in his fourth season at Georgia after coming to Athens with Jeremy Pruittin 2014. During that time he has helped tutor first-round NFL Draft pick Leonard Floyd, third-round pick Jordan Jenkins, second-team All-SEC selection Lorenzo Carter, and fifth-year senior outside linebacker Davin Bellamy.
He's also heavily involved in the recruitment of a pair of 2018 Georgia pledges in Adam Anderson (Rome) and Azeez Ojulari (Marietta). Sherrer also spearheaded the recruitments of current freshmen outside linebackers Robert Bealand Walter Grant.
Other Bulldog assistants have been targets as the coaching carousel spins in College Football. Wide receivers coach James Coley was offered the offensive coordinator job at Texas A&M under Jimbo Fisher but turned it down to stay at UGA. Defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Mel Tucker was interviewed by Tennessee for the head coaching job.
No official announcement has yet been made on Sherrer, who also worked with Pruitt while at Alabama.”