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|Title||Special Teams Coordinator & Tight Ends Coach|
|Born||February 17, 1965|
Charlotte, North Carolina
|Accomplishments and honors|
* 3x national champion (1992, 2016, 2018)
Danny Pearman (born February 7, 1965 in Charlotte, North Carolina) is an American college football assistant coach at Clemson University, serving as the Special Teams Coordinator and Tight Ends Coach under head coach Dabo Swinney.
Pearman played college football at Clemson University under Head Coach Danny Ford. He would letter at Tight End for the 1985-1987 seasons. During his playing years he would help Clemson to Atlantic Coast Conference Titles in 1986 and 1987.
Pearman would start his coaching career as a graduate assistant on the Tigers' 1988 ACC Championship Team. Since then, he has served on coaching staffs at Alabama, Virginia Tech, North Carolina, Duke, and Maryland before returning to Clemson in 2009 as special teams coordinator, as well as the offensive tackles and tight ends coach.
Head coaches that Danny Pearman has worked for:
- Danny Ford: Clemson (1988-1989)
- Ken Hatfield: Clemson (1990)
- Gene Stallings: Alabama (1991-1996)
- Mike DuBose: Alabama (1997)
- Frank Beamer: Virginia Tech (1998-2005)
- John Bunting: North Carolina (2006)
- Ted Roof: Duke (2007)
- Ralph Friedgen: Maryland (2008)
- Dabo Swinney: Clemson (2009-Present)
Pearman graduated with a bachelor's degree in finance from Clemson University in 1987 and completed his master of business administration from Clemson in 1989. He is married and has one daughter (Taylor) and two sons (Tanner, Trent) with his wife Kristy.
- ↑ "2012 Clemson Tigers Official Biography". Clemson University. 2012. http://www.clemsontigers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=28500&ATCLID=205529412. Retrieved December 5, 2012.