Brian Gregory's new staff is filling out quickly. Georgia Tech announced today that he has hired Josh Postorino to join Chad Dollar as assistants.
Like Dollar, Postorino brings experience coaching and recruiting in the south. He was an assistant for three years at Clemson and in all three years the Tigers made the NCAA Tournament. Most recently, he was director of basketball operations at Depaul for Oliver Purnell.
Postorino played at Dayton, Gregory's former school, from 1995-99 under Purnell and then joined the coaching staff in 2000. When Purnell was replaced by Gregory and went to Clemson, Postorino took an assistant coaching position at Marshall for four years before joining Purnell again at Clemson in 2007.
"I'm honored and excited to join Coach Gregory's staff at Georgia Tech," said Postorino in Tech's press release. "Georgia Tech is one of the top institutions in the country academically and athletically. This is a great opportunity to come back to the South and back to the ACC, which I'm very familiar with, and I look forward to helping bring Tech back to the top."