Tennessee junior WR Marquez North's leg injury is not considered to be serious and the pass catcher might only miss a week of practice (or less), according to Wes Rucker of 247 Sports.
Tennessee junior WR Marquez North's status following Wednesday's leg injury "looks more positive than negative," according to WNML's Jimmy Hyams.
Tennessee junior WR Marquez North is feared to be out for the entire 2015 season after going down with a non-contact injury during Wednesday's practice, according to local radio host Brad Matthews.
Tennessee junior WR Marquez North "breakout didn't really happen last year, but that can be blamed on various injuries, an unsettled quarterback situation until the second half of the season and a season-ending shoulder injury that sidelined him for much of Joshua Dobbs' breakout over the last several weeks," wrote Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Tennessee junior WR Marquez North "has all the physical tools to warrant a spot this high [No. 34] in the coming draft if he can stay on the field," wrote Scout.com's Jamie Newberg.
Tennessee sophomore WR Marquez North caught four passes for 68 yards and two touchdowns in the school's 34-19 win over Arkansas State.
Tennessee freshman WR Marquez North made three catches for 102 yards in the school's 23-21 win over South Carolina.