Marc Edwards - questionable (Ankle)
, WR, TULANE
News: Marc Edwards
missed Wednesday's practice with an ankle injury, nola.com reports.
It's unknown how serious Marc Edwards
' ankle injury is at this time. Edwards was not listed on Tulane's two-deep depth chart following the spring game.
News: Munchie Legaux
said his knee is feeling fine, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Analysis: Munchie Legaux
, who suffered a severe knee injury last September, said his knee is about 90-95 percent healthy after three days of fall practice. Legaux will still have to unseat sophomore transfer Gunner Kiel in order to start the season opener against Toledo on Sept. 12.
News: Michael Brewer
remains listed as a co-starter with Mark Leal on the team's updated depth chart, the Roanoke Times reports.
That Michael Brewer
hasn't distanced himself from Leal at this point is somewhat concerning, if it is in fact true. The team could be using the dual listing to continue creating competition in practice. Brewer remains the heavy favorite to start the season opener against William & Mary, but with limited upside to begin with, he is not worth drafting without a formal recognition he will take the team's first snaps of the season.
News: Keith Harris Jr.
is back in the running back mix for the Huskies after missing time last season with an ankle injury, according to Huskie Wire.com.
Harris averaged 6.8 yards per carry over the first five games of last season before being injured. With Cameron Stingily (undisclosed) out for the first four games, he may become Akeem Daniels' primary backup.
New Mexico's Gongbay has Rape Charges Dropped
, RB, NMEX
News: Crusoe Gongbay
had his rape charges from an April incident dropped Wednesday, Yahoo Sports reports.
According to reports, Crusoe Gongbay
's reinstatement to the team will be up to Lobos' head coach Bob Davie and the athletic director. Gongbay was set up to be the Lobos' top rusher this year after his 591 yards rushing last season. If he is reinstated, it is likely the team will try to get him up to speed in order to see how he will fit in with this year's squad.
News: Jamaal Williams
has been named to the Doak Walker Award (best running back) Watch List, the Maxwell Award Watch List, and the College Football Performance Awards Running Backs Watch List.
Analysis: Jamaal Williams
, who will miss the opener due to violating team rules, ran for over 1,000 yards last year nad seven touchdowns, even while seeing his touches vary from game-to-game. Even in an offense with a renewed focus on the long ball, we look for a big season out of Williams after he returns.
Devin Lucien - doubtful (Head)
, WR, ARIZST
News: Devin Lucien
left practice in an ambulance Tuesday afternoon after sustaining some sort of head injury, the Associated Press reports.
Mora could not provide reporters with information related to Devin Lucien
's injury following Tuesday's practice, stating only, "As always, we're going to be overly cautious with anything that has to do with the head, neck or spine." Lucien started three games as a sophomore last season and finished the year with 19 catches for 339 yards and two touchdowns. He was to this point in fall camp regarded as a strong candidate to start at wideout for the Bruins opposite Jordan Payton.
News: Tavarreon Dickerson
is expected to contribute to the Tulsa offense, the Tulsa World reports.
Analysis: Tavarreon Dickerson
, who is back on the field after suffering a collarbone injury in the spring, is competing for the starting running back job. Even if Dickerson is not the starter, the coaching staff still expects him to factor into the offense this season.
Rob Rice - out (Knee)
, RB, CINCY
News: Rob Rice
suffered a season ending knee injury, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Analysis: Rob Rice
, a walk-on, only accumulated four career carries. His loss should not drastically alter the teams plans heading into the season.
Maryland's Diggs Healthy In Camp
, WR, MD
News: Stefon Diggs
(leg) has been healthy in training camp after last year's season-ending broken leg and head coach Randy Edsall plans to make him a big part of the offense, the Washington Post reports. "We're going to utilize Stefon any way we can because of his ability," Edsall. "There are a lot of different things we can do with him because he is so talented."
Analysis: Stefon Diggs
played just seven games last year after breaking his right fibula. He sounds back to full speed this summer. With 11 touchdowns in 18 career games and 17.3 yards per reception last season, Diggs could be a difference maker but it's not clear he'll get enough targets in Maryland's deep receiver corps.