Andy Vaughn is the newest addition to Rick Stockstill's staff as he begins his first year as the assistant director of football operations.
Vaughn oversees the football program's high school relations, recruiting logistics and communications and team practice facilities while assisting with the football program's day-to-day operations.
The Seneca, S.C., native made his way to Murfreesboro from Reno, Nevada, where he helped start a Velocity Sports Performance franchise while serving as the center director handling business and recruiting functions. Vaughn helped Velocity develop and promote a special high altitude performance and skills training program for elite NBA players and NFL hopefuls that was the first of its kind in the U.S..
Vaughn is stepping back into the intercollegiate arena for the first time since 2005 when he was the assistant for football operations at Clemson University. He served as an integral part of the Tiger staff assisting in administrative operations, travel logistics, recruiting, and community relations. Vaughn also developed a high school relations program for the Tigers while serving as the team liaison for the 2005 Champs Sports Bowl.
Vaughn was also a member of the Clemson staff in 2003 as a recruiting assistant where he organized visits, assisted with game operations, set up team functions, managed the recruiting software and helped set logistics for the team's trip to the 2003 Peach Bowl.
During both tenures at Clemson, Vaughn helped the Tigers land nationally ranked Top 25 recruiting classes.
Prior to joining the Clemson staff Vaughn was a letterwinner at North Greenville University where he played on the first bowl team in school history. Vaughn earned a degree in sports management and business administration from North Greenville University in 2003. He also owns a masters degree in physical education and sports administration from Florida State University(2005).
Vaughn is married to the former Jahna Rico of Lake Tahoe, NV.