Closer look: Georgia football players photo gallery from Camp Sunshine

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Georgia coach Kirby Smart and 54 of his UGA football players spent time at Camp Sunshine children's camp with cancer-stricken campers on Tuesday, June 18.

ATHENS — Georgia football coach Kirby Smart and his Bulldogs took a break from the action at Butts-Mehre Heritage Hall to visit Camp Sunshine on Tuesday.

The team’s community service outing provided an opportunity to get a look at how some of the newcomers stack up physically and how other returning players are progressing.

It was an impressive looking group, and a dodge ball game and impromptu dunk session provided players an opportunity to show off their explosivity and quickness.

Freshman defensive back Tyrique Stevenson and tailback James Cook were particularly impressive, and it was clear defensive end Malik Herring has put his time in the weight room this offseason.

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Here are some pictures from the Georgia football outing:

James Cook (4) has clearly put his time in the weight room, while Zamir White (3) appears as solid as ever.

James Cook (4) has  bulked up this offseason, while Zamir White (3) appears as solid as ever / Mike Griffith

It hasn’t taken long for 6-4 freshman WR George Pickens (1) to fit in with his new teammates Channing Tindall (41) and Michael Barnett (94). / Mike Griffith

 

Knowing John Fitzpatrick (86) and Owen Condon (75) have your back would give anyone confidence! / Kristin M. Bradshaw, UGA Sports
Camp Sunshine campers know Tyrique Stevenson will be heard from again, on the dodgeball floor, and on the football field this season. / Mike Griffith
Dodgeball is unforgiving: Easy to tell who’s still “in” – Tyler Simmons (87), Eli Wolf (17) — and who is “out” Walter Grant (84) / Mike Griffith
WR Tommy Bush apparently left his weight vest on the bus, so Kirby’s son, Andrew, had to suffice. / Kristin M. Bradshaw, UGA Sports

 

If Robert Beal (33) and his teammates are this serious about a dodgeball game, just imagine the locker room at Sanford Stadium before kickoff! / Mike Griffith

 

Jake Fromm seems to agree with this camper, who might have suggested Kirby Smart encourage more pass plays / Kristin M. Bradshaw, UGA Sports
Are Miami transfer WR Lawrence Cager (15), DB Latavious Brini (13), DL Michael Barnett (94) more surprised or amused that OL Warren Ericson (50) is left-handed? / Kristin M. Bradshaw, UGA Sports

 

LB Channing Tindall appears to enjoy arts and crafts almost as much as sacking quarterbacks / Kristin M. Bradshaw, UGA Sports
Nakobe Dean plays to win, doesn’t matter the game or competition! / Greg Poole, Bulldawg Illustrated

LB Nakobe Dean plays to win, doesn’t matter the game or competition! / Greg Poole, Bulldawg Illustrated

 

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DB Ameer Speed seemed more interested in a shot put competition that the dodgeball game. / Greg Poole, Bulldawg Illustrated

There can only be one dodgeball MVP, and Tuesday it was Tyrique Stevenson / Greg Poole, Bulldawg Illustrated
Georgia tailback D’Andre Swift doesn’t often get caught from behind, but Tuesday was an exception / Kristin M. Bradshaw, UGA Sports

 

 

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