The junior inside linebacker was replaced in the starting lineup against Georgia Tech by Natrez Patrick due in part to what Patrick said at the time was because Kimbrough was “banged up.”
After practice, Ganus said he couldn’t talk about Kimbrough’s absence.
“I’m not allowed to answer that,” he said. “That’s one for the coaches. Sorry, specifically told.”
No Georgia coaches have been available to the media since interim head coach Bryan McClendon before the first practice Wednesday.
Another freshman, Roquan Smith, was up front in the inside linebacker group Friday along with starter Ganus.
“I can talk about my young linebackers all day because they’re just so awesome,” Ganus said. “Natez, Roquan and Juwan (Taylor), I think all three of those guys are just going to be phenomenal linebackers. I can’t say enough about them and how much they’ve grown over the year. I’m so excited to watch them in the future.”