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Sport(s)  Football
Name  Shane Beamer
Uncles  Barnett Beamer
2001–2003  Tennessee (GA)
Education  Virginia Tech
2000  Georgia Tech (GA)
Parents  Frank Beamer
1995–1999  Virginia Tech
Role  American football player

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Title  Associate Head Coach/Running Backs Coach
Born  March 31, 1977 (age 38) Charleston, South Carolina (1977-03-31)
Position(s)  Wide receiver/Long snapper
Team  Virginia Tech Hokies football
Grandparents  Herma Beamer, Raymond Beamer
Similar People  Frank Beamer, Bud Foster, Scot Loeffler

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Shane Beamer (born 1977 in Charleston, South Carolina) is an American football coach and former player. He currently is the tight ends coach and Special Teams coordinator at Georgia. He is the son of long-time head coach Frank Beamer.


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College playing career

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Beamer chose to walk on as a wide receiver at Virginia Tech over an offer of a partial scholarship from Division I-AA Charleston Southern. Later, he moved to long snapper, the position he played during the Hokies' 1999 season, in which they played for the national championship.

Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

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Following Beamer's playing career, he became a graduate assistant at Georgia Tech under George O'Leary. Beamer's team was scheduled to play against his father in the 2000 Black Coaches Association Classic to open the season, but the game was canceled because of lightning and Georgia Tech refused to reschedule it.

Tennessee Volunteers

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From 2001 - 2003, Shane served as a graduate assistant under Phillip Fulmer at the University of Tennessee.

Mississippi State Bulldogs

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In 2004, Beamer was hired by Sylvester Croom at Mississippi State to coach corners where three of his players earned All-SEC Freshmen honors. In 2006, he assumed the role of recruiting coordinator and brought in a class that included current San Francisco 49ers running back Anthony Dixon.

South Carolina Gamecocks

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In 2007, Shane was hired by Steve Spurrier at the University of South Carolina to coach outside linebackers and to serve as the special team coordinator. In 2008, the Gamecock defense finished 2nd in pass defense and 13th in total defense nationally. His 2009 special teams unit blocked five kicks, tying for the SEC lead and ranking eighth in the nation, while the Gamecock defensive unit finished third in the SEC in total defense and fifteenth in the nation.

In his final two years in Columbia, Beamer also served as recruiting coordinator for the Gamecocks. The 2009 class was ranked 12th best in the nation by and and included future NFL draft picks Stephon Gillmore and Alshon Jeffrey. Both the 2010 and 2011 recruiting classes ranked in the top 25 and included former South Carolina stars Marcus Lattimore and Connor Shaw.

Virginia Tech Hokies

Beamer joined his father in Blacksburg in 2011 as the running backs coach. In his first year, he tutored the school's single season rushing record holder, All-American and ACC Player of the Year, David Wilson. Wilson was subsequently drafted in the first round by the New York Giants.

Georgia Bulldogs

Beamer was hired on January 5, 2016 to serve on Kirby Smart's staff as the tight ends coach/ special teams coordinator.


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