Wilson offers injury updates ahead of Wake Forest game

It’s unclear whether Indiana will have Dan Feeney available on Saturday.

During his weekly press conference Monday, IU coach Kevin Wilson said team doctors have not yet cleared the All-American guard to play. Feeney suffered a concussion during the second quarter of Indiana’s Sept. 10 game against Ball State and did not play in the second half.

“We’ll see what his situation is this week,” Wilson said.

Feeney’s concussion is one of a handful of injuries the Hoosiers are working through at the moment.

Freshman athlete Kiante Enis is also under concussion protocol and senior linebacker T.J. Simmons, who has not yet played this season, is dealing with a knee injury.

Junior athlete Camion Patrick was seen working in full with IU’s receivers during Saturday’s practice, but like Feeney, Wilson said Patrick is still waiting for a doctor’s approval before he makes his debut.

“He’s cleared for practice, and you know, it’s not my call,” Wilson said. “It’s those guys (who) determine that.”

Wilson also confirmed the severity of Simmie Cobbs’ ankle injury. The IU coach said Cobbs broke his ankle against Ball State and indicated that the junior receiver could take a redshirt year.