Photo gallery: Georgia football Fan Day pictures precede Practice 2

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Georgia football fall practice number two, Aug. 3.

ATHENS — Georgia football completed its second practice Saturday afternoon following the one-hour Fan Day festivities in the William Porter Payne indoor faculties.

The Bulldogs were outside for their workout, as Kirby Smart has maintained working out in the heat of day presents an opportunity to maximize conditioning while creating adversity for his team to conquer.

There’s a quiet undertone of focus and competition during the drills, the players’ side conversations at a minimum and the assistants’ instructions piping up loud and clear in each of the position groups.

Among the more interesting position battles to watch, Miami transfer Lawrence Cager continues to work with the first-team receivers, along with Tyler Simmons and Demetris Roberson.

On defense, senior Tae Crowder and junior Monty Rice were the inside linebackers and Azeez Ojulari was outside in the 3-3-5 alignment.

The secondary was as projected, for now, Eric Stokes and Tyson Campbell at cornerback, J.R. Reed and Richard LeCounte at safety, and Mark Webb currently No. 1 at Star.

The intensity in those position groups on Saturday was unmistakable.

Earlier in the day, however it was all smiles for Fan Day:

D’Andre Swift (left) and James Cook (right) might be the most explosive players on offense this season for Georgia.
Tailbacks Zamir White and Kenny McIntosh are the future of the Georgia backfield, but how soon?
Georgia senior running back Brian Herrien is hungry for carries.
Georgia QB Jake Fromm couldn’t say “No” to fans who asked him for a picture along with an autograph.
Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett (right), Jake Fromm and D’Wan Mathis drew the longest line among the position groups at Fan Day.
Junior Demetris Robertson didn’t have any catches last season, but he’s expected to make an impact in 2019.
Incoming Miami transfer receiver Lawrence Cager is 6-foot-5 with a 40-inch vertical, and big things are expected from him.
Incoming freshman receiver George Pickens has the length and speed to made an impact.


Senior receiver Tyler Simmons played more than half of last season with a shoulder brace, but he’s healthy entering the 2019 campaign.


Defensive backs Tyrique Stevenson and Eric Stokes mug for the camera at Fan Day.


Georgia football junior Solomon Kindley is considered by some the top offensive guard in the SEC.


Georgia left tackle Andrew Thomas is considered by some the top offensive lineman in the nation.


Sophomore offensive lineman Cade Mays took a lot of heat for signing with UGA out of Knoxville, Tenn., but it seems to be paying off for the 2018 FWAA Freshman All-American.


Goliath right tackle Isaiah Wilson was an FWAA Freshman All-American last season and opens this season on the Outland Trophy Award watch list.


Sophomore Jamaree Salyer was the No. 1-rated guard in the 2018 signing class, but he’s still trying to crack the Bulldogs’ starting lineup.


Some expect this to be a breakout season of sorts for senior tight end Charlie Woerner.
Incoming Tennessee transfer Eli Wolf is the strongest and fastest tight end on the roster, and he’s competing for playing time.
Senior Tae Crowder (right) has been showing incoming freshman Nakobe Dean (left) the ropes. Dean is expected to make an impact this season.


Incoming freshman Rian Davis is cleared to practice this fall after coming in as an early enrollee with a knee injury.


Sophomore defensive end Brenton Cox is ready to show how much he’s improved since last season.
Junior Malik Herring has the size and athleticism to be a force on the defensive line.
Senior Tyler Clark is expected to be a third-year starter this season on the defensive line.


Jumbo defensive tackle Jordan Davis was an FWAA Freshman All-American last season and has visions of All-SEC status this year.


Graduate Michael Barnett and senior David Marshall are expected to help anchor a defensive line unit that’s being challenged to hold is own among the position groups.


Junior Mark Webb has paid his dues and opened the second day of fall camp running No. 1 at a very competitive ‘Star’ position in the secondary.
Sophomore defensive back Otis Reese is considered one of the bigger hitters in the secondary.
Georgia junior safety Richard LeCounte led the Bulldogs in tackles last season.
Georgia Sports Information director Claude Felton (right)is a College Football Hall of Fame inductee.


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