Morgantown, West Virginia – Jahmile Addae, a four year starter at West Virginia at defensive back, a two-time captain of the Mountaineers and two-time All Big East selection, was the former co-defensive coordinator at West Virginia, leading the 2020 West Virginia defense to be one of the best in the nation before leaving for Georgia.
At Georgia last season, Addae won a national championship with the Bulldogs as the secondary coach and is considered one of the top recruiters in the nation now.
Today, Addae accepted a two year deal to become the new secondary coach at the University of Miami. Addae, 38, is an outstanding young coach who will soon be a terrific head coach in college football very soon!
Perhaps at West Virginia University one day.
Sources: Georgia secondary coach Jahmile Addae has agreed to a two-year deal to become the new secondary coach at the University of Miami. He was one of the country’s top recruiters in 2021.
— Pete Thamel (@PeteThamel) February 8, 2022