Georgia linebacker Roquan Smith may miss spring practice, according to a report citing DawgPost.com.
The DawgPost report says Smith, the team’s leading tackler this fall, has a torn pectoral muscle that will require surgery.
Smith, of Montezuma, Ga., had a team-leading 95 tackles in his sophomore season for coach Kirby Smart’s team. He had 13 tackles against Georgia Tech and also in the Liberty Bowl win against TCU. Smith added two tackles for a loss against North Carolina and had a forced fumble against Georgia Tech.
He started 10 games this fall after appearing in 12 during his freshman season.
Georgia’s spring game is April 22.