UGA Football Depth Chart: Justin Scott-Wesley, Blake Tibbs Looking For Playing Time

Georgia knows what it has at the wide receiver position, at least in the top five guys. Tavarres King, Marlon Brown, Michael Bennett, Rantavious Wooten and Chris Conley are players who will see significant playing time, but they aren't the only receivers looking to take the field for the Dawgs this season.

Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo said Justin Scott-Wesley is trying to get into the mix, as well as freshman Blake Tibbs. It's going to be hard to fit all of those receivers in, but the evaluation process is ongoing. Here is Bobo on Scott-Wesley:

"I feel really good about the first five and I think Justin's going to have a good year as the year goes on."

On Tibbs:

"He's just still a freshman," Bobo said. "He's kind of in the same boat that Chris Conley was last year. We're trying to get him ready and don't know where we're at yet with him, but we're preparing to play him. When, I don't know yet."

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