Matt Stinchcomb, a former two-time All-American offensive tackle at the University of Georgia, and seven-year veteran of the National Football League will join the board of trustees of the Gwinnet County Public Schools Foundation. Stinchcomb says he enjoyed the competition in the NFL but knew it would be a short-lived excursion so he prepared himself for life after football.
The son of a Gwinnett teacher, Stinchcomb says earning a spot on the Academic All-American team meant as much to him as being selected an athletic All-American. A graduate of Parkview High School, Stinchcomb won the Campbell Trophy which is considered the “Academic Heisman.”
Following the NFL, Stinchcomb established himself in the business world. He and former UGA quarterback David Greene operate a commercial insurance brokerage and consulting firm in Atlanta for Seacrest Partners. He also is a college football analyst for ESPNU and the SEC Network. He and wife Jenny have three children and reside in Gwinnett County.