Georgia Football Preseason: John Theus Works With 2nd Team Offensive Line

Freshman John Theus is expected to challenge for a starting spot on the Bulldogs offensive line for the upcoming season and he spent his first day of fall practice working with the second team.

Georgia's first team offensive line looked identical to the post-spring depth chart minus Kolton Houston who continues to have issues with the NCAA. Kenarious Gates worked at left tackle while Watts Dantzler took over for Houston at right tackle. The guards were Dallas Lee and Chris Burnette while the center is David Andrews.

The second team included Theus and Austin Long at tackles, Mark Beard and Greg Pyke at guard and Hunter Long at the center position.

Theus is expected to push Dantzler hard for playing time which could cause the Bulldogs to shift around the offensive line. Gates could move to the right side with Theus taking over at left tackle if he impresses the coaching staff enough to convince them he can handle the job.

For more on Georgia and the SEC check out Dawg Sports and Team Speed Kills along with SB Nation Atlanta. For more college football news and notes check out SB Nation's College Football hub page.

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