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Dyshon Sims
Dyshon Sims

The Bulldogs practices are starting to settle down and there is starting to be more consistency on who reps with what group, but there were still a couple surprises in practice.

The majority of each group on Wednesday had the same groups repping with the first team that we had seen earlier this week and most of the last week, but the one area that seems to continue to have some fluidity is the offensive line. This practice was no different as Dyshon Sims was repping with the first team at right guard. Solomon Kindley was repping there on Monday as well as for most of the last week and Fall Camp, but he only took a couple reps there while Sims took the majority during the viewing period.
I believe Kindley may be ailing from some sort of minor injury, and it would not surprise me to see Kindley back there tomorrow. Sims is definitely one of the Bulldogs more versatile offensive linemen, and he seems to be able to play almost anywhere on the line. This will be invaluable throughout the season because I believe that the Bulldogs will have some sort of rotation with their offensive line to start the season and Sims will definitely find his way in that rotation.
The rest of what appeared to be the first team offensive line remained the same as it was Isaiah Wynn at left tackle, Pat Allen at left guard, Lamont Gaillard at center, and Andrew Thomas at right tackle.

Lorenzo Carter (7) - Practice No. 19, Scrimamge No. 2 - UGA Fall Camp - Saturday, August 19, 2017
Lorenzo Carter (7)
– Practice No. 19, Scrimamge No. 2 – UGA Fall Camp –
Saturday, August 19, 2017

The Bulldogs first team secondary remained the same as Deandre Baker and Aaron Davis were at cornerback, Richard LeCounte III and Dominick Sanders at safety, and J.R. Reed at STAR. Deangelo Gibbs was repping with the second team at STAR. Lorenzo Carter was also getting some reps at STAR and it seems he may have a role similar to what Leonard Floyd had during his last year at Georgia.
This should not come as a surprise because ‘Lo’ Carter is truly a supreme athlete and has the athletic ability to be effective in almost any position on the defense.


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Michael Pope is a Journalism student in the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia, with an emphasis in sports. He enjoys covering all sports, especially basketball, football, and baseball.