During his weekly press conference, Tennessee head coach Butch Jones spoke of the status of several injured players Monday at Neyland Stadium.

“Josh Smith’s status is ongoing,” Jones said. “We’ll know a little bit more later in the week of his status for the Georgia game. Von Pearson will be out. Daniel Helm practiced yesterday, looked great, so we’ll have him back for the game. Ethan Wolf is back full speed, so it’s been great to have the tight ends back in our offense.”

Pearson suffered a high ankle sprain in Tennessee’s Week 2 win over Arkansas State. Prior to his injury, the junior wideout recorded 98 yards and a touchdown on seven catches, including a four catches for 71 yards through two quarters in his last appearance. Pearson is a former two-time JUCO All-American and conference MVP who rated as a four-star prospect before transferring to Tennessee.

Ethan Wolf became the first true in school history freshman to open the season listed as the No. 1 tight end. He recorded 46 yards and eight catches in two starts, before suffering a knee bruise in Week 2. Wolf rated as a three star prospect and was the No. 13 tight end for the 2014 recruiting class, according to 247 Sports.

Fellow freshman Daniel Helm has made appearances in all three games for Tennessee. Making his first start in place of Wolf, Helm injured his ankle during the Vols’ 34-10 loss to No. 4 Oklahoma. Helm was a four-star prospect and the No. 1 tight end, according to Rivals.

Josh Smith enjoyed an improved second season after struggling through injuries and dropped passes as a freshman. Smith recorded 135 yards and a touchdown on 10 receptions, before suffering his own high ankle sprain in Week 3. He will be re-evaluated by the team later this week.