GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida coach Jim McElwain provided several injury updates Wednesday, but the player everyone wants to know about it is Jarrad Davis.
The senior linebacker left the Missouri game last Saturday with a left ankle sprain and is currently in a boot. Davis won’t practice this week, but McElwain expects him to try and get ready for the Georgia game.
“Jarrad Davis obviously hurt that ankle real good,” McElwain said. “But, if there is a guy I would bet on, I know that he’s going to do everything he can to get back. He’s been doing a great job rehab wise. We’ll see where that is (next week).”
Davis, a Georgia native, leads the Gators in tackles (48) this season. When asked if Davis will be able to play against the Bulldogs, McElwain said it’s too early to tell.
“I don’t know,” McElwain said. “That’s on him. That’s on the medical staff. It’s making sure it’s right. If they’re mentally right to go, he’ll go.”