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WATCH: Georgia highlights, photos from ‘awesome’ first practice

The Georgia football team was back on the practice field on Tuesday for the first of their 15 practices this spring. And you could tell the players were plenty excited to do so based on the photos and videos put out by the team.

The Georgia football Twitter account put multiple videos on Tuesday, with players expressing their excitement at getting a chance to play again.

Quarterback JT Daniels couldn’t even contain his excitement, as he sent a tweet prior to the start of Tuesday’s practice.

The school also put out a number of photos from the first practice, with the likes of Kelee Ringo, George Pickens and Jalen Kimber being featured. You can see the gallery below.

Three Georgia players also spoke to the media on Tuesday night, with punter Jake Camarda, offensive tackle Jamaree Salyer and safety Lewis Cine speaking to reporters.

All three were incredibly glad to be back out on the field for the first time in the 2021 season.

“I mean the first day of practice was awesome. It is just great to be back out there,” Camarda said. “We didn’t have the spring last year so just getting to be out there today and getting to be back with the coaches and all the guys, it was awesome. It was a great day out there today.”

Georgia will hold its pro day on Wednesday, with former Bulldogs such as Azeez OJulari, Tyson Campbell and Eric Stokes getting the chance to impress teams.

The main attraction though might be Ben Cleveland as he goes for the bench press record, which is currently 49 reps of 225 pounds.

“We’re probably the two strongest people on the team pound-for-pound,” Salyer said of Cleveland. “I think he can do it but 49 is a high number right there. I’m excited to see him, and all my guys really.

“That’s what everybody is going to be watching. He seemed excited and pumped for it.”

The Bulldogs will return to the practice fields on Thursday and Saturday of this week. Georgia’s final spring practice will occur on April 17, as that is when Georgia will hold its G-Day scrimmage.

Georgia football players excited about first day of spring practice

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