Hogan, who is a general business major, served as the starting long snapper throughout the 2000 campaign. This past spring Hogan impressed the new coaching staff with his diligence at the position.
"Andy has been an integral part of the kicking game the last couple of years," said Richt. "Snappers have a way of going unnoticed most of the time and people don't recognize their importance until they make a mistake. We're pleased to be able to recognize Andy in this well-deserved way."
A native of Athens, the 6-0, 213-pound Hogan walked on at Georgia in 1997 after graduating from Clarke Central where he was a three-year letterwinner, starting on both the offensive (tight end) and defensive (defensive end) sides of the football under coach Steve Brooks.