HOOVER, Ala. -- Georgia receiver Justin Scott-Wesley will be ready for fall camp without any limitations, head coach Mark Richt said on Thursday.
Scott-Wesley is recovering from a right knee arthroscopy procedure to repair a torn meniscus on July 2. Scott-Wesley only played in three games in 2014, catching three passes for 52 yards and a touchdown. His lone score of the year came against Charleston Southern.
“Justin will be able to go," Richt said. "From the very first day, he’ll be practicing.”
Scott-Wesley was suspended to start the 2014 season due to a marijuana arrest the year prior but also injured his ankle which limited him. In 2013, Scott-Wesley got off to a good start with 16 catches for 311 yards and two touchdowns in five games before tearing his ACL in a 34-31 overtime win over Tennessee.
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Scott-Wesley's best game came in 2013 against South Carolina, when he caught three passes for 116 yards, which included an 85-yard touchdown reception.