After a national championship season in which Georgia achieved one of the most prolific tight ends in the country Brock Powersfans wondered if and when the coach narrow Todd Hartley He will get a bonus. Then, during the spring G-Day brawl on April 16, with Bowers And the Darnell Washingtona towering mismatched nightmare of opposing defenses, both out, Georgia has successfully traversed a pair of narrow ends in Eric Gilbert And the Oscar Delep Who will start for most programs in the state. Gilbert had two touchdown passes and Delep led the team into receptions in the spring game. It appears as if management noticed that, two days later, on Monday, April 18, Hartley had signed a contract extension, according to information Dawgs247 obtained through an open records request.
Hartley received an increase, from $450,000 to $650,000, with $325,000 remaining in base salary and additional income that comes in the form of additional income for radio, television, other public appearances, interviews, and endorsement requests from the athletic federation or the University of Georgia. Hartley’s contract now runs through the 2024 school year and has increased his purchase from 20 percent to 50 percent.
Hartley, 2021 FootballScoop Tight Ends coach of the year, Hartley is now the highest-paid coach and is not an offensive coordinator, co-coordinator, assistant head coach, passing game coordinator or recruiting coordinator. Took this honor from Michigan Ted GilmoreWhich made 541,000 dollars last year.
With two quarterbacks below center, Georgia ends tight He caught 71 passes for 1,129 yards and 14 touchdowns, along with four runs for 56 yards and a touchdown this season. Wednesday, football Announced that Georgia’s assistant Todd Hartley He is the 2021 FootballScoop Tight Ends Coach of the Year, and is the first coach to ever win the award. The outlet states that the finalists were “selected based on the nominations of coaches, athletic directors and employees of the sports department.”
In his third season in Georgia, Hartley trained a real freshman Brock Powers, who received the Associated Press All-America Second Team Honor this season, along with being SEC Freshman of the Year for Coaches, AP SEC Newcomer of the Year, and 247Sports Freshman of the Year. Bowers has 52 catches for 846 yards and 12 touchdowns, and all season one program records for a tight end, with the 12 touchdowns being also the program record for any pass catcher. The 10 receptions he fought in a SEC Championship match set a record for tough finishes in that game. He also has four mounts for 56 yards and a touchdown.
A native of Gray, Georgia, Hartley joined the Kirby Smart crew in 2019. In his first season in Georgia, Hartley trained Charlie Warner, who will go on to be drafted by the San Francisco 49ers and play in 30 games in two seasons, including three this season. In 2020, Hartley coached the Florida State team you see makittiwho will go on to be drafted by the Los Angeles Chargers in the third round of the 2021 NFL Draft and starts three times this season.
Prior to his return to Athens, he spent three years as a coach and special teams coordinator in Miami under the former UGA coach Mark Richt. During that time he trained a pair of tight ends, David Ngoko And the Chris Herndon, to All-ACC Honors. Njoku was named to the first team in 2016 and was taken in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft by Cleveland. Herndon made it to the second team in 2017 and took the fourth round of the 2018 draft.
Hartley also coached Hurricane No. 1 Michael Badgley, who was selected to the All-ACC first team after the 2017 season and starts for the Los Angeles Chargers after being signed as a non-drafted free agent. Prior to his time in Miami, he served as the Georgia Players Team Manager in Richt’s final season in Athens. This was his second term in Athens after he was an undergraduate student at UGA from 2005 to 2008 and a postgraduate assistant in 2009 and 2010.
From 2011 to 2014, Hartley was part of Marshall’s coaching staff. He was the safety and special teams coach in 2011 and 2012 where he taught Omar Brown and Dominique Lagrange to honors in the United States of America. He moved to the offensive side in his last two years with Thundering Herd coaching tight ends while still coordinating special teams efforts.