Derek McLemore completed 2017 with just three catches for 41 yards.
Mo Hasan announced on his personal Twitter account that he's transferring from Syracuse to Vanderbilt.
Rex Culpepper (illness) started his final round of chemotherapy Wednesday, Stephen Bailey of The Syracuse Post-Standard reports.
Trey Woods (shoulder) has been ruled out for the 2018 season, Robert Gagliardi of WyoSports.net reports.
Robert Lewis (leg) was granted a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA on Tuesday.
Keyan Williams will transfer to Ball State, according to his Twitter account.
Mikey Dudek (undisclosed) had no limitations during spring practice, the Herald & Review reports.
Tua Tagovailoa (finger) appeared to be completely healed while throwing Saturday, Jason Hall of SEC Country reports.
Malik Dear (knee) participated in full in all but one practice this spring – which was due to a minor lower-body issue, The Dispatch reports.
Sam Craft (knee) was only able to participate in individual drills during spring practice, The Commercial Appeal reports.
Akilian Butler (knee) remained sidelined during the Broncos' spring game, the Idaho Press repors.
Cody Thompson (leg) was limited during spring and is being brought along slowly, The Toledo Blade reports.
Quinten Pounds (knee) is on schedule in his recovery, the Seattle Times reports.
Coach Chris Petersen indicated this spring that Chico McClatcher (ankle) is on track with his recovery, Adam Jude of The Seattle Times reports.
Jacquez Jones (knee) was listed as a second-team wide receiver for Tennessee's spring game, SEC Country reports.
Donavan Hale (undisclosed) has returned to the team and will be eased back into action, the Hoosier Sports Report reports.
The Battle Creek Enquirer projects Odell Miller to start at tight end for the Broncos in 2018.
Giovanni Ricci (abdomen) moved from wide receiver to tight end this spring, but he should remain part of the passing game as the backup to Odell Miller – a blocking specialist, the Battle Creek Enquirer reports.
Quartney Davis (arm) is expected to compete for the second starting wideout spot for the Aggies, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Lacarnia (collarbone) racked up eight grabs for 111 yards – including a 24-yard touchdown catch – during Ball State's spring game.