2007 Fall Camp: Day Three News and Notes

ATHENS - Josh Kendall's news and notes from Georgia's third day of fall camp.

FAST AND FURIOUS: Caleb King hasn't finished his first week of college football practice yet and his head already is spinning. King, the Norcross running back considered one of the nation's top players when he signed with Georgia, estimates he knows five percent of the Bulldog offense.

"And a lot more is going to be put in," he said. "It's been frustrating. It's been fun. I'm not going to say scared, but I'm nervous."

King isn't yet concerned with playing time this year, he said.

"I'm just glad I'm in the uniform wearing a G, and whoever goes, goes," he said. "Every freshman that came here wants to play, but if the coaches don't think I'm ready, I'm not ready. I'm OK with it."

King impressed Richt on Monday.

"He's a very good-looking guy when he knows what to do," Richt said

PRACTICE REPORT: Georgia practiced for two hours Monday afternoon and will have another afternoon workout today. The Bulldogs begin two-a-days and full contact on Thursday.

"We handled the heat about 10 times better than the first day," Richt said. "I thought we gave in (Saturday). You could tell they felt it, but they sucked it up and they worked."

Sophomore cornerback Bryan Evans didn't practice after suffering a hamstring injury Sunday, but he watched practice and walked without a limp.

"He felt better than he thought he would today, but that doesn't mean he'll be practicing anytime soon," Richt said. "It still may be a while. Hamstrings are the most unpredictable injuries. We'll be cautious with it."

Senior cornerback Thomas Flowers was in a green, no-contact jersey due to a minor shoulder injury.

SUMMER AWARDS: Strength and conditioning coach Dave Van Halanger said senior running back Kregg Lumpkin earned the team's Top Conditioned Athlete Award in the offseason workout program. Senior safety Kelin Johnson earned the Coach Van Halanger Leadership and Attitude Award. Senior running back Thomas Brown and senior center Fernando Velasco shared the Leon Farmer Strength and Conditioning Award.

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