Practice report: David Marshall not seen in practice and other notes
Georgia held its first open practice of the week on Tuesday, with the media able to view approximately nine minutes of practice. Here are some observations from The Red & Black.
Redshirt sophomore offensive lineman Solomon Kindley was seen during practice moving around and working with the offensive line. Kindley suffered a mild MCL sprain during Saturday’s win over Vanderbilt. He watched the offensive line run a blocking drill, then participated in the next by running through the motions but not hitting.
The wide receivers worked in two lines on a footwork drill, running through a set of cones and catching a pass. Terry Godwin and Mecole Hardman ran the drill as a pair, followed by Riley Ridley and Kearis Jackson.
The quarterbacks ran a drill focused on footwork, moving around a series of cones. Both Jake Fromm and Justin Fields were seen practicing this drill.
Defensive lineman David Marshall was not seen at practice during the media period. Marshall has played in all six games of the 2018 season with six total stops.
The defensive line worked one drill on blocking against the sled. Tyler Clark, Michael Barnett and others worked through the sled.
The linebackers worked on a drill working on working against the pads and blocking. D’Andre Walker, Robert Beal Jr. and Keyon Richardson ran through the drill.