Larry Scott, who has coaching stops at Miami and South Florida, has been hired as the tight ends coach at the University of Florida, replacing Ja’Juan Seider, who left earlier this week to become the wide receivers coach at Penn State.

Seider had been the only member of former Gator coach Jim McElwain’s staff to be held over by new coach Dan Mullen. In going to Penn State, Seider replaces Josh Gattis, who left to become the wide receivers coach at Alabama.

Scott had most recently been at Tennessee, where he was the special teams coordinator and tight ends coach under Butch Jones in 2016, and the offensive coordinator and tight ends coach last season. Scott coached at USF from 2006-2012 and Miami from 2013-2015.

Scott played offensive line for USF and graduated in 2000. He coached the offensive line, tight ends and running backs for the Bulls, and also served as recruiting coordinator.

Scott coached tight ends at Miami and was in interim coach for the final six games in 2015 after Al Golden was fired. The Hurricanes went 4-2 while Scott was the coach.