Jaybo Shaw, who turned around Wayne County’s football program after winning three region titles at Rabun County, was hired Monday as coach at Greenville in South Carolina.
Shaw was 10-3 and 7-4 in two seasons at Wayne County, a south Georgia school that was winless the season prior.
Shaw’s Rabun County’s teams, featuring current Georgia quarterback Gunner Stockton, were 35-5 in three seasons.
Shaw will take over at Greenville for Greg Porter, who led the Red Raiders to four 10-win seasons in five years.
Shaw is a former all-state quarterback at Flowery Branch who played quarterback at Georgia Southern and Georgia Tech. He became a head coach for the first time in 2018, succeeding his father, Lee Shaw, who was his high school coach.