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Jordan Davis gets ready to abuse a bag during a DL line at Georgia's seventh practice of spring drills on Tuesday afternoon in Athens, Ga.

PHOTOS: Check out spring practice No. 7 for Georgia football

ATHENS — DawgNation was on hand for the seventh practice of spring drills for Georgia football. That puts the program right at about the halfway mark for the allotted 15 practices for this spring.

The news of the day had to be the police reports involving a pair of former 5-star DE/OLB signees in redshirt sophomore Robert Beal Jr. and sophomore Brenton Cox

Georgia coach Kirby Smart will meet the media after Tuesday’s workout. No players are expected to be made available.

What did the Bulldogs look like during a brisk practice period of availability? DawgNation had three cameras on hand to catch a few things.

  • The interesting absence of both Beal and Cox
  • Walker Grant working with a different position group
  • A few high school recruits on hand, notably 2021 Hart County TE Cane Berrong and 2020 kicker prospect Brock Travelstead.

What else did the DawgNation cameras catch? Check it out for yourself below.

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Former 5-star ILB Nakobe Dean is one of the more impressive early enrollees on campus this spring. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Redshirt sophomore WR Tommy Bush Jr. brings great size and speed to the WR room at UGA. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Adam Anderson is expected to make a move this fall at the OLB spot. The true sophomore was also a former 5-star recruit. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Peach County alum Kearis Jackson redshirted last fall at UGA. He is expected to contend for a lot of time at the slot receiver position this fall. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Senior RB Brian Herrien gets in on a rep while junior college OLB Jermaine Johnson (11) and sophomore ILB Channing Tindall give pursuit. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Georgia wide receivers coach Cortez Hankton watches over a drill on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in Athens, Ga. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Former 5-star OLB Nolan Smith (right) was rated as the nation’s No. 1 overall prospect on the 247Sports Composite ratings for the 2019 class. Now, he’s just a freshman trying to earn reps at Georgia. (Jeff Sentell/DawgNation)


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Senior DT Tyler Clark gets ready to attack a bag on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in Athens, Ga. (Mike Griffith/DawgNation)


Malik Herring-UGA football-Georgia football
Junior DE Malik Herring seems poised to make a big move this year for the Bulldogs. (Mike Griffith/DawgNation)


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Big Jordan Davis was working hard during spring practice No. 7 for the Bulldogs on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in Athens, Ga. Davis was a regular starter for the Bulldogs halfway through his freshman season. (Mike Griffith/DawgNation)


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Georgia junior QB Jake Fromm and senior RB Brian Herrien take a look at a play during spring drills on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in Athens, Ga. (Connor Riley/DawgNation)


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Georgia defensive line coach Tray Scott watches one of his Bulldogs attack a drill during spring practice on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, in Athens, Ga. (Mike Griffith/DawgNation)


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Devonte Wyatt is one of the most athletic bodies on the defensive line now for the Georgia Bulldogs. Especially right now during spring practice. (Mike Griffith/DawgNation)


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Junior safety Richard LeCounte III is one of the leaders of the Bulldog secondary this year. (MIke Griffith/DawgNation)
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