ATHENS — Georgia football talent has begun to emerge just four practices into the spring football session.
Junior receiver Demetris Robertson, a transfer from Cal who failed to catch a pass last season, continues to impress in the open windows of practice.
Robertson, clearly, will play a bigger role this season for the Bulldogs.
Coach Kirby Smart also praised the efforts of incoming linebackers Nolan Smith and Jermaine Johnson following Tuesday’s workout.
Smith was rated the No. 1 recruit in the nation by some services, while Johnson was the top-rated junior college prospect.
Sophomore Jamaree Salyer, the No. 1-rated offensive guard in the 2018 signing class, has been the most improved offensive linemen through four practices, Smart said.
The recent rash of Georgia football players arrested on misdemeanor charges — four in the last month — has obviously dominated college football headlines.
Smart made it clear he’s not going to tolerate that sort of behavior moving forward, addressing that issue at the start of his press conference on Tuesday.
Georgia football reporters Mike Griffith and Chip Towers put a wrap on UGA practice four and what Kirby Smart had to say about it.