ATHENS — Georgia football looks to be as close to full strength as it has been since September, particularly along the offensive line.
Junior offensive guard Ben Cleveland is expected to play for the first time since suffering a broken fibula against Missouri on Sept. 22. Center Lamont Gaillard is back from the hyperextended knee that sidelined him after the first quarter of the Kentucky game.
Freshman guard Cade Mays appears back from the shoulder injury he suffered against the Wildcats too, and was warming up with the first-team offense with kickoff for the Auburn game approaching.
Receiver Mecole Hardman looked to be full speed in warmups after leaving the 34-17 win over Kentucky last Saturday with an ankle injury.
Georgia football injury report
OL Cade Mays (shoulder) probable
DB Divaad Wilson (knee) questionable
WR Demetris Robertson (unknown) questionable
DE David Marshall (foot) out
DT DaQuan Hawkins-Muckle (unknown) out
DB Ameer Speed (unknown) out
DE Justin Young (unknown) out
SS Jarvis Wilson (unknown) out
DB Tray Bishop (internal team issue), out
RB Zamir White (knee), out for season
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