Georgia’s secondary could soon get a boost as former top recruit Deangelo Gibbs has reportedly enrolled in summer classes.
Gibbs, who had been dealing with a shoulder injury, was not enrolled at Georgia during the spring semester and did not workout with the team or participate in spring practice.
For most of the season Gibbs ran with the second team at cornerback and nickel back, then late in the season he left the team for what was termed a “medical issue.”
Gibbs missed the final games of last season and did not travel for the SEC Championship game, Rose Bowl or College Football Playoff championship game.
Georgia coach Kirby Smart had previously said that he expected Gibbs to return to the team.
“He’s doing very well with rehab. We anticipate a full return in the fall,” Smart said in March.