USC vs. Cal Injury Update: WR's Kyle Prater, Marqise Lee Probable For Trojans

As the USC Trojans get ready to take on their Pac-12 rivals Cal, their offense will be getting a few weapons back off the proverbial injury shelf as wide receivers Kyle Prater and Marqise Lee are probable to play this week. 

Prater has been dealing with a recurring foot injury that has kept him off the field for most of the season thus far.  He is back at practice and participating fully after sitting out last week, and hopefully will be good to go come Thursday.  The redshirt freshman has not caught a single pass this season for the Trojans. 

As for Lee, his hand he injured against Arizona has been healing up nicely and should be ready to go this week.  The freshman headed to the locker room during the fourth quarter of the Arizona game for x-rays that came back negative as Lee came back to finish the game. This frosh has been impressive so far with 21 catches for 323 yards and 3 TD's on the season.

For more on the Trojans, head over to Conquest Chronicles to get in on the action. 

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