Dealing with the fallout of a season-ending knee injury has become all too familiar for Georgia’s wide receivers. Last season, the group lost Michael Bennett and Marlon Brown to torn ligaments. And on the second offensive series this season, it lost Malcolm Mitchell to the same.
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After the season-ending injury to Malcolm Mitchell, a look at Georgia’s top five wide receivers:
Player / Class / Ht., wt. / Career rec., yds, TD
Michael Bennett / Jr. / 6-3, 205 / 61, 725, 9
Chris Conley / Jr. / 6-3, 206 / 39, 697, 8
Justin Scott-Wesley / RSo. / 5-11, 206 / 10, 190, 1
Rantavious Wooten / Sr. / 5-10, 176 / 36, 510, 6
Jonathon Rumph / Jr. / 6-5, 208 / 0, 0, 0
(Note: Career stats are for all games played for UGA. Rumph, a junior college transfer, has not yet played in a game for UGA.)