At quarterback, there hasn't been a change just yet.
Greyson Lambert ran with the first team during Tuesday afternoon’s first spring practice. Georgia will go through 15 practices and it's possible the reps rotate, much like what occurred during last year's competition.
With Lambert starting as the first-teamer, Brice Ramsey handled second-team quarterback duties and Jacob Eason, the five-star player from Lake Stevens, Washington, ran with the third team.
"From there we’re going to decide each day how we do the reps," Smart said. "We have a lot of reps in practice, the way we structure the practice. Each guy will get to throw with all of the receivers, with how the practice is structured."
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Lambert threw for 1,959 yards, 12 touchdowns and 2 interceptions in 12 games as Georgia's starter in 2015. He beat out Ramsey in a preseason quarterback competition last preseason and even had an NCAA record-setting 24-of-25 performance in a blowout win over South Carolina.
The lone game Lambert didn't start was against Florida, in which Faton Bauta got the nod in a 27-3 loss. Bauta has since transferred to Colorado State.
Smart said he has "no timetable" on when he wants to see a quarterback emerge as a starter. He also downplayed the notion, at this time, of where each quarterback is in his respective position on the depth chart.
"That’s not as important to us," Smart said. "It’s what each guy is doing within his group that’s more important to us."