Georgia coach Kirby Smart announced that DE Jonathan Ledbetter is no longer suspended at his Tuesday press conference.

Ledbetter was suspended “for at least two games” in July following an arrest for DUI.

The current sophomore was rated the No. 5 strong-side defensive end of the 2015 recruiting class by 247Sports Composite. As a freshman, Ledbetter played in seven games and recorded four tackles. He will likely compete with freshman David Marshall for playing time.

In six games without Ledbetter, UGA has gone 4-2. The Bulldogs take on Vanderbilt this Saturday at noon on the SEC Network.