Andy Lutz
Director of Player Personnel

Andy Lutz

Director of Player Personnel

Years at Tech Sixth Season
Alma Mater University of the Pacific (1991)
Andy Lutz

Biography

A college football athletics administrator since 1991, Andy Lutz is in his sixth season as a member of Georgia Tech’s football staff. He assumed his current role as director of player personnel in 2015.

Before coming to Georgia Tech in 2013, he served as assistant athletics director for football operations at Texas Tech. In that role, Lutz oversaw all facets of Texas Tech football’s recruiting efforts as well as the day-to-day operations of the Red Raider program.

From 1998-2008, Lutz was the assistant to the head football coach at Auburn, where his duties included day-to-day operations for recruiting and personnel.

Before his decade-long stint at Auburn, Lutz spent two years (1996-98) at Ole Miss as assistant to the athletics director for recruiting, helping coordinate the recruiting processes for all Rebels’ sports. Lutz was promoted to that position after a year as a graduate assistant at Ole Miss.

Lutz began his collegiate administration career in 1991 at his alma mater, the University of the Pacific. After three years at Pacific, he was a graduate assistant at Nevada in 1994.

From 1991-2001, Lutz also worked outside the college athletics’ arena as clinic director for the Frank Glazier Football Clinics.

Lutz holds bachelor’s (communications/public relations, 1991) and master’s (educational counseling, 1994) degrees from Pacific. He was a three-year football letterwinner for the Tigers from 1989-91 after beginning his collegiate career at San Joaquin Delta (Calif.) College, where he was a first-team all-conference and second-team all-state defensive back as a freshman in 1987.

He and his wife, Brandy, have one daughter, Aberle.