Jordan Jenkins is being considered “day-to-day” with his hip flexor strain, Georgia head coach Mark Richt said on Sunday.
Following Saturday’s 38-31 loss to Tennessee, defensive coordinator Jeremy Pruitt revealed Jenkins has been playing through the injury in recent weeks. However, the injury became too tough for Jenkins to deal with against the Volunteers as he was unable to finish the game.
Richt said the Bulldogs are taking a wait-and-see approach with Jenkins.
“It’s difficult to say how quickly he’ll feel better," Richt said. "We’ll know more tomorrow, whether or not he’ll start running or practicing. We’re not sure where he’s at.”
Saturday’s game marked the first time Jenkins did not record a statistic in 2015. This season, Jenkins has totaled 29 tackles and three sacks.