Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Enosch Wolf 'Day-to-Day' with Concussion

Enosch Wolf suffered a concussion last Friday after being hit in the head during practice. He’s still being evaluated and is considered day-to-day. While concussions are taken ultra-serious these days (with good reason), and this is the third Wolf’s suffered within the past year, the early word is that he isn't necessarily out for long and could even be available to play by, say, UConn’s second exhibition game on Nov. 4.

Elsewhere: Brendan Allen, the sophomore guard out of Windsor, has been awarded a scholarship. He becomes UConn’s 11th scholarship player.

UConn’s walk-ons this year are local: Trey James of Middletown, Dave Vandal of Stonington, Terrance Ditimi of Stamford and Tor Watts of Brooklyn. Brooklyn, N.Y., that is, for Watts.

Hey, it's the second straight year UConn has had a walk-on from Middletown: Andre Drummond was, of course, a walk-on last season.

Oh, and frosh forward Phil Nolan has missed the last two practices with flu-like symptoms.

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