Kansas University freshman wide receiver Tertavian Ingram missed a large chunk of spring practices with an undisclosed injury, one from which he's still not completely recovered.
KU coach Mark Mangino said Ingram is on his way back, though, and should be healthy by the beginning of practices in August.
"That shouldn't be a problem at all," Mangino said. "He's doing a lot of things, but he's not completely full-go at this point in time."
Wide receiver Dexton Fields, who also missed the spring game with an injury, is completely recovered.
Kansas continues to have a strong start to its 2008 recruiting class, picking up yet another commitment this week.
Zach Stadther, a 6-2, 275-pound defensive tackle out of North Little Rock, Ark., gave his pledge to the Jayhawks, according to Rivals.com.
Stadther, a good friend of KU walk-on linebacker Chea Peterman, had offers from Kansas and Arkansas State. He registered 79 tackles as a junior at North Little Rock High, including 35 for a loss.
Kansas has seven known commitments.
One more game
Former KU linebacker Nick Reid will be playing in NFL Europa's World Bowl on Saturday.
A member of the Frankfurt Galaxy, Reid started all 10 games and ranked second on the team with 55 tackles. The Galaxy went 7-3 to secure their spot in the World Bowl.
The game will be played at noon Saturday in Frankfurt, Germany, and be televised on the NFL Network (Sunflower Broadband channel 154).