JUCO prospect Jonathon Rumph, who highlighted spring practices and GDay, could play this weekend
for the first time all season in Nashville.
The 6-foot-5, 208-pound receiver out of Holmes (Miss.) Community College has been sidelined through the first six games with a nagging hamstring injury.
Though Richt said “there’s not much doubt he’ll play,” it’s still up in the air how often Rumph will take the field.
“You got to just see by the end of the week how comfortable he is and how comfortable we are with what he knows and the way we think he can execute,” Richt said.
Meanwhile, Bobo wasn't quite as confident.
“To be honest, I don’t know yet,” Bobo said. “He practiced a little bit [Tuesday], but not a lot. I’d say we’re still up in the air.”
Probably comes down to how well he does today as to how much he'll see the field and be counted on to block, run clean routes and catch the ball when Murray targets him.