Running back Keith Marshall is a four-star recruit from the 2012 class decided graduated high school early so that he could participate in spring practice with the Georgia. However due to a hamstring injury Marshall has been kept out of practice this past week and the injury is likely to keep him out of Georgia's spring game on Saturday April 14.
Head coach Mark Richt said that the chances of Marshall suiting up for the G-Day game are 'not very good.' Marshall is not the only Georgia running back who may not play in Saturday spring game.
Richard Samuel has been suffering from concussion like symptoms and if he is to play on Saturday Richt said that Samuel will need to be symptom free:
"Once the symptoms are gone, we do some physical exertion. If they're okay on that then we get closer to being able to get in," Richt said. "It's a process. I think Richard felt pretty good today, but I don't know if he's gonna be able to go through that process in enough time to make it for G-Day."