Teams do their best to prepare for their opponent’s offense in game-week preparation against the scout team. On Wednesday, Tennessee head coach Jeremy Pruitt conceded that there’s one Georgia player on offense the Volunteers can’t imitate in practice.

Georgia tight end Darnell Washington measures at a massive 6-7, 260 pounds according to the team’s official website.

“There’s no way to imitate it in practice. We ain’t got anybody that big,” Pruitt told reporters after Wednesday’s practice, per Mike Wilson of the Knoxville News Sentinel.

The freshman so far has only one catch, a 26-yard reception against Arkansas, on the season, but Kirby Smart said Tuesday that the former 5-star prospect is doing well:

“Darnell has done a good job. He’s been kind of thrown in the fire. I wish his conditioning was at a higher level. I wish he could sustain his high speed longer. He gets tired pretty quickly, but he is physical. He’s not afraid of contact, and he’s got great hands.”

Washington’s involvement in the Georgia passing game as a matchup problem will certainly be a storyline to follow this fall. Tennessee is set to face the Bulldogs in Athens on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET, CBS’ SEC showcase game of Week 3.