Georgia announced Saturday afternoon the hiring of Charlton Warren as the Bulldogs’ defensive backs coach.
Warren is a native of Atlanta who graduated from Forest Park High School. He spent last season as the cornerbacks coach at Florida and was defensive backs coach and special-teams coordinator at Tennessee for the 2017 season. He also has coached at North Carolina (2015-16) and Nebraska (2014).
“Charlton is from Atlanta and has a wide range of experience coaching defensive football at several universities and conferences around the country,” Georgia coach Kirby Smart said in a statement released by UGA. “His entire coaching career has been on the defensive side of the ball and especially defensive backs. He has developed an outstanding record and reputation in the coaching profession and he’ll bring great knowledge and energy to our staff.”
He played defensive back for three seasons at Air Force and graduated in 1999 with a bachelor’s degree in Human Factors Engineering and earned his MBA from Georgia College and State University in 2003.
After completed his active service in the Air Force at Warner Robins Air Force Base in Georgia and Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.
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