PITTSBURGH (93-7 The FAN) — Pitt held its first scrimmage of training camp Sunday, and coach Todd Graham stopped to talk with the media about his likes and dislikes from the contest.
Graham mentioned Ryan Turnley as the team’s starting center for the first time and Chris Jacobson as a starting guard. While Graham said neither are set in stone at those positions, it’s the most concrete response he’s given on the interior line battle all of camp.
Graham added that he’s happy with the running backs. He said that the younger guys, aside from Ray Graham and Zach Brown, showed promise in the scrimmage. As did redshirt freshman wide receiver Salath Williams.
Finally, there were some injuries to touch on.
Wide receiver Devin Street was laid out on the field for a considerable amount of time Monday afternoon and was eventually helped off the field on a golf cart. His status is unknown, though Graham said he expects Street to be fine.
Wide receiver Cam Saddler and defensive back K’Waun Williams were held out of practice Monday. Saddler got dinged up in Sunday’s scrimmage and Williams actually sat out Sunday because of bumps and bruises from Saturday’s practice.
Here’s everything Graham had to say Monday afternoon…
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