Another Alabama staffer is leaving the Crimson Tide for a role in Jeremy Pruitt's program at Tennessee.
Carter Blount will be the new special teams analyst for the Vols after working in the same capacity at Alabama, according to a Monday report from Football Scoop.
Blount, who has worked at multiple SEC programs, also has updated his Twitter account to reflect his new position at Tennessee.
Prior to working on Alabama's staff this past season, Blount worked at LSU in 2016 and spent two seasons at Georgia as the special teams quality control coach, where he worked alongside Pruitt, the Bulldogs' defensive coordinator.
He handled the special teams coaching duties for the Tigers in the Capital One Bowl to end the 2016 season.
Blount coached the cornerbacks at Birmingham Southern in 2014 and was a graduate assistant working with the defense in 2013 and the special teams and strength and conditioning staff the previous two seasons.
After working in Alabama's football program as a special teams intern during the Tide's 2009 national championship season and as a strength staff intern in 2008, Blount was the associate head strength coach and linebackers coach at Tuscaloosa County (Ala.) High School while completing his graduate degree at Alabama.