Former Georgia wide receiver Demetris Robertson is on his way to Auburn as the Tigers move along in their fall camp preparations.

Robertson updated Auburn Undercover on Sunday to provide the latest information about his status on The Plains.

“They wanted me here early so I could get things started,” Robertson said.

Robertson is set to have a physical, but he expects to be cleared to get on the field quickly.

”As soon as I’m done with my physical today,” he said.

The Cal transfer last season at Georgia appeared in all 10 games and finished with 12 receptions for 110 yards. Against Mississippi State, he caught three passes for 45 yards, including a season-long 31-yarder.

Earlier in his career at Cal, Robertson, a Savannah, Georgia native was a Freshman All-American with the Golden Bears, after he made 50 receptions for 767 yards and seven touchdowns. But a season-ending leg injury in 2017, Robertson transferred to Georgia, where he had 443 receiving yards and three touchdowns in 32 games played.

Auburn players reported on Thursday, but Robertson still had academic issues to resolve.

“Just from an academic standpoint, making sure we have everything all buttoned up and good to go once he gets here,” Bryan Harsin said of Robertson on Thursday. “We anticipate that to be very soon, hopefully tomorrow, and have him out there for practice. If not, the next couple days.”