Defensive tackle Trenton Thompson remains on track for Saturday's game against Florida.
Defensive tackle Trenton Thompson (sprained MCL) was able to get some work in during practice last week, with head coach Kirby Smart confident of his available for Saturday's game against Florida.
"Trenton was able to practice and do most everything," Smart said.
Thompson injured his knee in Georgia's win over Tennessee and has been out for the past two games. It's looking like he has a great chance to suit up against Florida. This season, Thompson has recorded 17 tackles, with three going for a loss.
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Thompson looked to be a full participant in practice last week, during the media viewing period, indicating how strong his chances are at playing Saturday.
Smart also said defensive lineman David Marshall has been cleared from his undisclosed injury, which occurred during practice last week, and should be able to play against the Gators.