Georgia’s new-look secondary was already set to be tested by Clemson’s first-year starting quarterback D.J. Uiagalelei and now that task looks all the challenging as Dabo Swinney shared some good news during the first day of training camp at Clemson.

According to Swinney, receiver Justyn Ross is cleared to return to the field for the first time in a year.

Ross missed all of last season after having a congenital fusion condition of his neck and spine that required surgery.

During his two seasons playing for the Tigers, Ross has caught 112 passes for 1,865 yards and 17 touchdowns.

Alabama fans should know that name well as Ross caught six passes for 153 yards and a touchdown against the Crimson Tide during Clemson’s latest win over Nick Saban’s program in a national championship game.

Clemson and Georgia are set to open the season in Charlotte’s Bank of America Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 4.