"The guys protected pretty well, and we threw and caught the ball well," said Georgia coach Mark Richt. "The receivers are guys who will be able to make plays. Time will tell as to how well they will do in games, but I've seen enough receivers over the years to know that these guys can run the routes, get off jams, catch the ball, and block. I think they'll be all right."
Carlton Thomas led all rushers with 26 yards on eight carries.
"My goal this spring was to make sure that we are a physical football team and we are a team that is going to get after it every time we put the pads on," Richt said. "I've seen that. They have really competed well and practiced hard. I just think everybody is getting after it."
Georgia will practice three times next week before it wraps up spring drills Saturday, April 16, at 1 p.m. with the annual G-Day Game at Sanford Stadium. Richt noted that the UGA players will draft the teams for this year's G Day Game.