The suspension of leading rusher Washaun Ealey from the Georgia football team only ended up lasting a few weeks.
Georgia announced on Saturday that Ealey had been reinstated "to full team standing."
"Over the past few weeks, Washaun has done the things we expect him to do the things we expect all our players to do," Richt said in a statement. "He's been doing things the Georgia way, and will rejoin team activities Monday."
Ealey's suspension from team activities was announced on Feb. 8. The tailback, who would be a junior next season, was reportedly disciplined for missing a punishment run. But he said at the time that he wanted to return to the team.
Ealey, Caleb King, Carlton Thomas and Ken Malcome are set to get the carries in spring practice, which begins March 10. But incoming recruit Isaiah Crowell, who arrives in the summer, has a great chance to start, according to Richt.