"As of now he's done everything he's supposed to do," Meyer said. "I'll just do a thorough check on everything that I've asked him to do."
Rainey was suspended after a charge of aggravated stalking in early September. The charge was later reduced to a misdemeanor.
"I think obviously the initial sting is a lot of negativity brought on towards the program and disappointment," Meyer said. "Then it's an opportunity for a young man to clear his name get himself right, like we've had with a bunch of young men around here. We're gonna keep a tight rein on Chris Rainey. He's never faced anything like this before. He certainly never better again."
Rainey is a vauable piece to Florida's offensive puzzle, scoring nine rushing touchdowns the past two seasons. He switched to receiver this offseason.
He made six catches for 34 yards and a score this season before his suspension.
"He's dangerous," Georgia coach Mark Richt said at his press conference Tuesday. "He's fast and he has ball skills. He is a guy who could take it the distance anytime he touches it. One mistake with that guy and he gets out into space and he is going to score. He is a special player, he's a game-breaking player, and that's what we need, that's what they need, that's what everybody needs is those kind of guys".
Also, Meyer said running back Jeff Demps, slowed by a sprained foot, has practiced this week, but not full speed.