Georgia's health is about as good as it gets heading into fall camp.
Head coach Mark Richt said that every player on the Georgia roster should be able to participate once fall camp opens. This included receiver Justin Scott-Wesley, who recently underwent a minor procedure to repair a torn meniscus. In fact, Richt even tried to brainstorm as to if anyone would open camp up on the sideline.
“Health-wise we’re in good shape. I can’t think of a guy coming into the camp not being able to participate," Richt said. "We’re allowed 105 (players) to start. Once school starts we get another 25. I’m trying to think of a player on the whole roster that wouldn’t be able to participate.”
Richt couldn't come up with one, which is a good sign for the team. With Scott-Wesley ready to go, his counterpart Malcolm Mitchell is as well. Mitchell said that after dealing with his knee injury for two years, he's ready to get back out on the playing field.
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"This is the best I have felt physically in the last two years," Mitchell said. "As you know, I have suffered from multiple injuries. Just to feel good again is a blessing within itself.”