Geno Thorpe will not play in the team's scrimmage Friday due to a rolled ankle, Chris Carlson of Syracuse.com reports.
Leonard Allen will take an indefinite leave of absence to due medical concerns, Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com reports.
Davonte Fitzgerald (knee) is currently on a contact restriction and has yet to be cleared for full activities, the Star Tribune's Marcus Fuller reports.
Nate Mason was back at practice after missing a few days due to an ankle injury, Marcus Fuller of the Star Tribune reports.
Dupree McBrayer (leg) is still being limited at practice, but will be ready to go for the start of the regular season according to head coach Richard Pitino, Marcus Fuller of the Star-Tribune reports.
Blake Simmons is ready to return from a knee injury the Evansville Courier & Press reports.
Brandon Knapper will miss the entire 2017-18 season with a knee injury Head coach Bob Huggins confirmed.
Arlando Cook (suspension) has been allowed to rejoin practice, but has yet to be cleared for game action, Jimmy Carter of WholeHogSports.com reports.
Ryan McMahon has been out since Friday with bruised ribs, Jeff Greer of The Courier-Journal reports.
Reggie Lynch (knee) could be cleared for contact as early as Thursday, Marcus Fuller of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Head coach Mark Turgeon said during Tuesday's Big Ten media day that Justin Jackson will see time this season as a big guard and small-ball forward, Brian Hamilton of The Athletic reports.
Ethan Happ was voted unanimously to the 2017-18 Preseason All-Big Ten Team, according to the league's official site.
Bryant McIntosh was voted unanimously to the 2017-18 Preseason All-Big Ten Team, according to the league's official site.
Collin Hartman could miss Indiana's annual tip-off scrimmage – Hoosier Hysteria – Saturday due to a rolled ankle, Mike Miller of The Herald-Times reports.
Dajour Dickens is a possible starter at center for the Friars with Emmitt Holt (abdomen) out to start the season, the Providence Journal reports. He is competing with Nate Watson and Kalif Young for minutes.
Nate Watson is competing with Kalif Young and Dajour Dickens to start with Emmitt Holt (abdomen) out, the Providence Journal reports. The 6-9 freshman has looked good on the boards in practice.
Kalif Young could start at center with Emmitt Holt (abdomen) out, the Providence Journal reports. He is competing for minutes with freshmen Nate Watson and Dajour Dickens.
Dylan Osetkowski has yet be cleared for full range of shooting as he recovers from a right wrist injury.
James Love (foot) is out indefinitely, Kellis Robinett of The Wichita Eagle reports.
James Love is dealing with an apparent foot injury and was seen getting around practice on a scooter Wednesday, Kellis Robinett of the Wichita Eagle reports.