Thomas Guerry was promoted to football recruiting assistant at the University of Georgia in June 2011 after serving the previous year as assistant to the director of football operations.
Guerry began working for the UGA Athletic Association as assistant to the director of football operations in July 2010. In that capacity, he coordinated itineraries, practice schedules and documents for coaches and support staff, and also served as a football operations liaison for athletic department staff during away games. Guerry also assisted with recruiting visits, was responsible for updating MarkRicht.com on a daily basis, and assisted with character education and the UGA Football Mentor Program.
As a recruiting assistant, Guerry helps coordinate all official and unofficial recruiting visits, events and camps, manages recruiting travel expenses and compliance documentation, as well as maintain an online recruiting database of more than 5,000 recruits. He works closely with the UGA Athletic Association administration to ensure full compliance with NCAA rules and regulations, and he also helps manage more than 70 gameday recruiting hosts and student workers. Guerry is also responsible for assessing academic performance of recruits based on NCAA, SEC and UGA academic standards.
A native of Madison, Miss., Guerry graduated with a bachelor's degree in business administration from Mississippi State in 2008, and earned an MBA with a sport administration minor from Mississippi State in May 2010. Guerry was a trainer for MSU's football team from January 2006-May 2008, and was also the manager and trainer for the Bulldogs' men's tennis team for four years.