ATLANTA -- Georgia State assistant football coaches Cedric Williams and Skylor Magee are participating in the NFL's Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellowship program this summer.

The program's objective is to use NFL clubs’ training camps, offseason workout program and minicamps to give talented coaches opportunities to observe, participate and gain experience. 

Williams, the Panthers' second-year offensive line coach, is attending the New York Giants' training camp. He has previously participated in the program with the Panthers (2012), Steelers (2013) and Vikings (2015).

Magee, GSU's defensive line coach, also in his second year, is working with the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Panthers, coming off their first bowl victory in 2017, open preseason practice Aug. 1 in preparation for their Aug. 30 season opener when GSU hosts Kennesaw State for a Thursday night game at Georgia State Stadium.