June 28, 2012
Will Conley be ready?
Sophomore wide receiver Chris Conley says not to worry, he fully expects to be on the field for the start of fall practice.
Conley was only able to go through walk-through drills during spring practice following off-season wrist surgery, but told UGASports he's healing just fine.
"I'll be ready for fall camp," Conley said. "I've got a few little nicks and scrapes left and I'm still rehabbing and doing things like that, but by the time to get ready for camp I expect to be cleared and ready to go."
That's certainly good news for the Bulldogs.
As a true freshman, Conley caught 16 passes for 288 yards and two touchdowns and is actually Georgia's fourth-leading receiver going into 2012 behind Tavarres King (47 catches for 705 yards and eight touchdowns), Malcolm Mitchell (45-665-4) and Michael Bennett (32-320-5).