Kimbrough, a 6-foot, 230-pound sophomore from Indianapolis, is listed as the starter at “Mike” inside linebacker. That’s notably ahead of Ramik Wilson, a senior and preseason All-SEC selection who led the league in tackles a year ago with 133. Wilson missed two full weeks of preseason camp with a concussion and has been slow getting back up to speed.
“Any time you miss practice it sets you back, and he missed a bunch,” Mike Ekeler, Georgia’s inside linebackers coach, said this past Friday. “It kind of is what it is. We’ve made some moves and so he’s trying to battle his way back now.”