“I’m just excited to see who can do it,” Johns said. “Out of seven, you ought to be able to find one who can be halfway decent. We’re playing the odds there.”
NOTE: Cornerback Albrey Felder, outside linebacker Josh Tate and wide receiver Brandon Turner were sent home after failing their physical readiness tests and a subsequent backup. Niumatalolo said they would be allowed to try the conditioning test again Aug. 20 when classes begin. Turner has 14 career starts, and Tate was listed as a starter coming out of spring.
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