Georgia receiver and return specialist Isaiah McKenzie will be considered questionable for Saturday’s game against Tennessee due to a hamstring injury.
If McKenzie is unable to play, head coach Mark Richt named four players, in order, that would be the next guys up on the depth chart.
“If (McKenzie’s) not there, we've been working (Reggie) Davis. We've been working (Terry) Godwin,” Richt said. “I mean, they're the top two. Dominick Sanders is a guy we really trust fielding the ball. They'd be the top guys. (Juwuan) Briscoe is a guy we've been working and all. But I doubt we get to the fourth guy. But I think he'd probably be that.”
This season as a punt returner, McKenzie has totaled 119 yards and a touchdown. His score came on a 77-yard punt return on the road against Vanderbilt.
McKenzie, who had a hamstring ailment this preseason, injured his left hamstring during a punt return against Alabama in last Saturday's 38-10 loss.