An already thin receiving corp may have just lost a player expecting to fill the void at receiver in Athens this fall, as senior Justin Scott-Wesley left practice Monday after hurting his right knee and did not return.
Georgia fans are currently holding their breath as Scott-Wesley has already experienced a significant injury to that knee, as he tore the ACL in that knee in 2013. Check video from Monday's practice showing Scott-Wesley fall to the ground and favor his right knee (at the :20 mark):
At this point, the severity of Scott-Wesley's injury is unknown but if he's out for any length of time Georgia will be forced to lean even more on their crop of freshmen receivers this season.
Hard to tell on severity, minor or major, but WR Justin Scott-Wesley hurt his right knee during media viewing of practice.