USC wide receiver Marqise Lee questionable for Thursday

Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

USC wide receiver Marqise Lee, who was injured late in the second half of USC's 62-41 loss at Arizona State, is questionable for Thursday night's game vs. Arizona.

Lee told reporters last week he was "getting better daily" and that the injury was " very minor." But more recent updates suggest Lee will be unlikely to go.

Should Lee be unable to suit up, that would leave the Trojans even thinner at a position where there isn't much depth. After Sunday's practice, USC had only one healthy scholarship player by the end of the day's workouts.

Senior De'Von Flournoy is nursing an ankle injury and was sidelined about midway through practice. Third-year sophomore Victor Blackwell also left practice.

Though Lee might be out, the Trojans could receive a boost in the backfield with Silas Redd expected to make his season debut. Redd had been recovering from two procedures on his knee after he tore his meniscus in spring practice.

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