Shane Beamer is a prominent American football coach and former player. Shane Beamer currently served as the head coach at the University of South Carolina. Likewise, he has made a name for himself among the most influential and successful coaches in football.
Table of Biography
Shane Beamer was born in the year 1977 and celebrates his birthday on the 31st of March every year. Likewise, the American football coach is 44 years old at the moment. Regarding his birthplace, he was born in Charleston, South Carolina, USA. Talking about his nationality, he belongs to American nationality and was born under the star sign Capricorn.
Moving on towards his family members, he was born to long-time Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer. Similarly, there is no information regarding Shane’s mother and siblings. As he was born to a football coach, he immediately took a liking to football and started playing it as well.
Shane Beamer first went on to attend a local high school in his hometown. Likewise, after his high school graduation, he went on to attend Virginia Tech as he received a partial sports scholarship. While at University, he played as a wide receiver.
Career and Professional Life
Beamer elected to walk on at Virginia Tech as a wide receiver. Later, he shifted to long snapper, where he played during the Hokies’ 1999 national championship season.
Following his playing career, Beamer worked as a graduate assistant under George O’Leary at Georgia Tech. In the 2000 Black Coaches Association Classic, Beamer’s squad was scheduled to play against his father but the game was canceled due to lightning, and Georgia Tech refused to reschedule it. Shane worked as a graduate assistant at the University of Tennessee under Phillip Fulmer from 2001 to 2003.
Sylvester Croom hired him to coach cornerbacks at Mississippi State in 2004, and three of his players were named All-SEC Freshmen. He became the recruiting coordinator in 2006, and he also brought in a class. Steve Spurrier signed his to coach outside linebackers and serve as the special team coordinator at the University of South Carolina in 2007. In 2008, the Gamecock defense was ranked second in pass defense and thirteenth in total defense in the country. His special teams unit blocked five kicks in 2009, tying for first place in the SEC and ranking eighth in the country.
Furthermore, he has also served as the Gamecocks’ recruiting coordinator during his final two years at Columbia. In 2011, he joined his father as the running backs coach in Blacksburg. David Wilson, the school’s single-season rushing record holder, All-American, and ACC Player of the Year, was his first student.
On January 5, 2016, he was appointed as the tight ends coach/special teams coordinator on Kirby Smart’s staff. During his time in Athens, he taught future NFL players including placekicker Rodrigo Blankenship and tight end Charlie Woerner. South Carolina is a state in the United States (head coach). Ray Tanner, the athletic director at the University of South Carolina, announced Beamer’s hiring as head coach on December 6, 2020.
As a football coach Shane Beamer has won a hefty deal of wealth throughout his career. As of now, the American football coach enjoys a net worth of $5 million.
Shane Beamer is married to Emily Beamer. Likewise, there are no details regarding when the couple got married. Similarly, the pair has two daughters and a son. Their names are Sutton, Olivia, and Huter Beamer.
Body measurements and Social media
Shane Beamer has a fit body and stature. Likewise, the American coach is of average height and weight. He also has a pair of brown hair and brown eyes.
Shane is active on Twitter only. Similarly, the American coach has over 74k followers on the Platform.