Four Baylor players will miss spring practices for disciplinary reasons, head coach Matt Rhule announced Wednesday.
Linebacker Eric Ogor, safety Tre’von Lewis, defensive end Justin Harris and safety John Arthur will not participate in practice this spring, according to ESPN Central Texas’ David Smoak.
Baylor FB Coach Matt Rhule confirmed that four players will not participate in spring practice. Eric Ogor, Trevon Lewis, Justin Harris and John Arthur for various disciplinary reasons, wouldn’t go into details. The four players are enrolled in school, status up in the air.
— David Smoak (@DavidSmoak) March 14, 2018
Of that group, only Ogor saw playing time last year. He had 27 total tackles, 6 1/2 tackles for loss and 2 sacks. The other three players all redshirted.
This story will be updated.
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