Kavika Fonua was carted off the field during spring practice due to a foot injury, the Deseret News reports. However, the Deseret News later noted that he's expected to be healthy for fall practice.
Trey Dye (undisclosed) has switched positions from running back to wide receiver this offseason, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
The Salt Lake Tribune's Jay Drew mentioned Squally Canada as one of the stars during the team's final spring scrimmage.
Tyrek Tisdale did not participate in contact drills during spring practice, but he's expected to return to the fall and is considered a candidate to serve as the top backup, FAU Owl Access reports.
Running backs coach Jay Boulware indicated that Trey Sermon (leg) should be "OK," the Tulsa World reports.
D'Anfernee McGriff (undisclosed) remained sidelined through the Owls' spring game, FAU Owl Access reports.
Ruben Flowers announced on his personal Twitter account that he's transferring from Pittsburgh.
Keyan Williams announced Monday that he is transferring from Nebraska, Sam McKewon of the Omaha World-Herald reports.
Greg Bell (back) rushed eight times for 54 yards during Nebraska's spring game, the Omaha World-Herald reports.
Jaxson Kincaide (knee) was fully healthy for Nevada's spring game, logging the most carries out of the running back group, The Nevada Sagebrush reports.
Matt Domer (foot) was cleared to return to practice late in the spring season, the Sentinel-Tribune reports.
Jamal Elliott will transfer away from Oregon, Steve Mims of the Register-Guard reports.
Drew Anderson (shoulder) has decided to transfer to Murray State and will play next season as a graduate student, The Buffalo News reports.
Jarrion Street has transferred from Ole Miss to UAB and is eligible to play during the upcoming 2018 season, Dennis Dodd of CBS Sports reports.
Tre Nixon was declared eligible for the 2018 season by the NCAA on Thursday, Dan Wolken of USA Today reports.
Antoine Wesley underwent surgery on his right hip following spring practice, Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reports.
Raelon Singleton will transfer to Houston, Joseph Duarte of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Demarcus Felton announced on his personal Twitter account that he's transferring from Texas Tech.
Joseph Lewis (suspension) is slated to stand trial May 15 for several criminal charges of misdemeanor domestic battery, Joey Kaufman of the Orange County Register reports.
Zach Austin has been granted a sixth year of eligibility, Don Williams of the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal reports.