In April 2014, Todd Moyer was handpicked by head coach Donnie Tyndall to serve as Tennessee's associate director of strength and conditioning for men's basketball.
Tyndall was already familiar with Moyer's prowess as an athletic performance specialist, as Moyer served in the same role at Southern Miss during the 2013-14 season.
"I've been fortunate to work with several outstanding strength coaches in my career," Tyndall said. "Todd Moyer is quite simply the best I've ever been around. He's passionate about his job and in his dealings with our players. He will be phenomenal here at Tennessee."
Moyer has trained several successful professional athletes, such as Cliff Avril (Seattle Seahawks), Quentin Groves (Houston Texans), Kory Lichtensteiger (Washington Redskins), Daniel Murphy (New York Mets) and Shaun Suisham (Pittsburgh Steelers).
Before his lone season at Southern Miss, Moyer spent eight years at the Jacksonville University, the last five of which he held the title of head strength and conditioning coach.
Moyer served as an intern at the Jacksonville in 2005-06 before taking an assistant strength and conditioning coach position at Wayne State in Detroit, Mich.
After completing a year at Wayne State, Moyer moved back to Jacksonville and joined Velocity Sports Performance while also volunteering his time at JU. He also served as a volunteer strength and conditioning coach with the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars for two summers.
Moyer was a graduate assistant strength and conditioning coach at his alma mater, Bowling Green, from 2004-05. He preceded that post with stints as a strength and conditioning intern for the USF football program in 2003 and the Detroit Tigers/Oneonta Tigers that same year.
Moyer earned his bachelor's degree as an Exercise Specialist from Bowling Green in 2002, and he also received his master's in Developmental Kinesiology from Bowling Green in 2005.