Ledbetter learning on fly with Bulldogs, Wilson still out

Transfer tight end Joseph Ledbetter on the impact his being on the Bulldogs could have on his brother Jonathan, a four-star defensive lineman at Tucker who is committed to Alabama: “I’m not sure. I would like to hope so. It would be nice to play with him, but I don’t know. That would be something you would need to talk to him about.” Joseph joined Jonathan on a visit to Georgia and coaches asked him if he played football. “I said ‘No, but I would if I had the chance,’” said Ledbetter, who last played football in 10th grade. “It kind of just went off from there.” Ledbetter, who played basketball at Division II Pfeiffer, said he’s still “kind of lost but I’m getting the hang of it slowly.” ….True freshman Jacob Park is more comfortable in the system, but said he’s not worried about pushing Faton Bauta and Brice Ramsey in the quarterback pecking order. He said it’s not easy to play as a rookie. “They’re competing right now, but I’m not worried about the depth chart. I’m just trying to go out and get better every day.” …Inside linebacker Ramik Wilson (concussion) remains out. Defensive lineman Chris Mayes and safety Dominick Sanders also did not practice. Cornerback Shattle Fenteng practiced in non-contact. Tight end Jordan Davis returned in a regular jersey.