WATCH: Kirby Smart’s son flashes fancy footwork at Bulldogs workout


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There was a lot of youth on the practice field in Athens Tuesday afternoon during the Georgia Bulldogs’ latest summer workout. And we’re not talking about #SicEm17.

Kirby Smart’s youngest son, 5-year-old Andrew, jumped into line to take part in ladder drills, and he made sure to show off his speed and agility skills. Then his dad made sure to share the video with Bulldog Nation on Twitter.

This isn’t the first time the youngest Smart has joined the Bulldogs on the practice field. And the staff won’t have to spend any extra money on a practice jersey, given that Andrew seemingly prefers to proudly display his upper body and soak up the sun.

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Georgia coach Kirby Smart gets open for a pass at Sanford Stadium as his youngest son Andrew applies pressure to the passer. Smart’s wife, Mary Beth, and a niece look on from a golf cart. (Chip Towers/DawgNation)

Smart and the Bulldogs open fall camp next week. Hopefully we’ll continue to see a couple of more light moments here and there featuring Smart and his family having fun with the team.

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