ATHENS — Georgia players were in top form following the 13th of 15 spring practices on Tuesday, ready to finish this portion of their offseason strong.
Georgia defensive lineman Justin Young told a story of how his perseverance has led to him getting repetitions with the first team.
Junior safety Richard LeCounte revealed he’s added 12 pounds of muscle to help him improve his tackling. It’s an area he readily admitted he has needed work on.
Receiver J.J. Holloman explained why he’s ready for the double teams that will come his way this season.
Holloman provided a much-needed spark to the pass game the second half of last season and has carried over that momentum Clearly, No. 9 is in position to be the go-to receiver with a 40-inch plus vertical and NFL hands.
Ben Cleveland also did some media, praising the hard work of defensive lineman Jordan Davis and fellow offensive lineman Jamaree Salyer. Cleveland believes he’s 100 percent back from the broken fibula he suffered last September.
Reporters Mike Griffith and Chip Towers discussed practice and the upcoming G-Day Game.
Players to watch for and where this offensive line might rank in the collegiate ranks were popular with viewers.