Georgia’s offensive line has been praised all offseason as one of the best (if not the best) in the nation.

Now, that unit’s depth will be tested, as it appears a starting lineman has suffered an injury that will likely keep him out for about a month.

Per 247Sports, redshirt sophomore OL Isaiah Wilson suffered a lower leg injury on Wednesday:

Georgia offensive lineman Isaiah Wilson suffered a lower leg injury in the team’s Wednesday practice and could be out for a few weeks. Dawgs247’s Rusty Mansell reports that Wilson suffered a “sprain” of some sort and the timeline for his return could be up the four to five weeks.

Heading into the Vanderbilt game, sophomore Jamaree Slayer was listed as the backup right tackle to Wilson. Cade Mays could also move into a starting spot at tackle if needed.

We’ll see how the Dawgs play this moving forward, but this is bad news for the touted Georgia line.