Georgia Bulldogs' Scott-Wesley sidelined again

Georgia fifth-year senior receiver Justin Scott-Wesley, who played in just six games last year, suffered a knee injury this week in practice.

Georgia fifth-year senior receiver Justin Scott-Wesley has yet to play a full season for the Bulldogs.

That may be the case one final time.

Scott-Wesley suffered a knee injury during Monday's workout in Athens and has not been spotted on the practice fields since. Bulldogs coach Mark Richt didn't offer details about the injury in a news conference following Thursday night's practice, but he did not provide an optimistic outlook.

"Justin is going to be a while, I think," Richt said.

The 5-foot-11, 201-pounder from Camilla, Ga., was part of the 2011 "Dream Team" signing class. He redshirted that season and then played in nine games in 2012, making six catches for 135 yards and a touchdown.

Scott-Wesley had a strong start to the 2013 season, catching an 85-yard touchdown in a 41-30 win over South Carolina and a 25-yard score with 1:47 remaining to help the Bulldogs topple LSU 44-41.