Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst provides injury update on WRs Kendric Pryor, Danny Davis
A pair of Wisconsin senior wide receivers aren’t likely to play on Saturday vs. Minnesota due to injury, according to coach Paul Chryst.
Chryst said that Danny Davis and Kendric Pryor have been limited in practice this week.
Paul Chryst was asked about the status of receivers Danny Davis and Kendric Pryor for the game against Minnesota. Chryst: “They haven’t done a ton. So they’re not ruled out, but haven’t done a ton.” Could be another game with a bunch of younger guys asked to contribute.
— Jesse Temple (@jessetemple) December 17, 2020
Davis has three receptions for 78 yards and a touchdown. For his career, Davis has amassed 99 receptions, 1,164 yards, and 12 touchdowns.
Pryor has recorded eight receptions for 119 yards. Pryor has totaled 67 receptions, 849 yards, and 4 touchdowns in his Wisconsin career.
After starting out with back-to-back blowout victories vs. Illinois and Michigan, Wisconsin is currently on a three-game losing streak. In total, Wisconsin has had three games cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns.
Wisconsin leads the all-time series 61-60-8 and won last season’s meeting vs. Minnesota.