Mitch Doolittle, a native of Ninety Six, S.C., joined the Georgia staff in June, 2009 as a program coordinator with the Bulldogs' defense.
He was instrumental in preparation of the Georgia defense for the 2009 Independence Bowl at a time only one full time assistant was on staff.
Doolittle came to Athens following two years on the football staff at UAB, where he served as a video assistant for the Blazers' defense.
Doolittle played quarterback, wide receiver and special teams at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., from 2003-06. He played for the Blue Hose under head coach Tommy Spangler, a letterwinner on Georgia's 1982 SEC Championship team who later served as a graduate assistant coach for the Bulldogs.
Doolittle was the quarterback for consecutive state championship teams at Ninety Six High School in 2000 and 2001. His father, Mike, was head coach of those squads and is now the offensive line coach at Gardner-Webb University. His brother, Stan, currently plays quarterback for Gardner-Webb as well. Doolittle earned his bachelor's degree in history with a minor in psychology from Presbyterian in 2007.