Maryland's Dion Wiley will participate in part of the Terrapins' team workouts this week, coach Mark Turgeon told CBS Sports on Monday.
Wiley missed all of last season due to a meniscus tear.
"He will do workouts with us this week," Turgeon said. "Not sure if he will do every minute of every workout. He's doing well, but the muscles around the knee are still weak. We're bringing him along slowly."
The 6-foot-4 guard averaged 4.1 points two years ago as a freshman and is expected to be a starter for Maryland on the perimeter alongside both Melo Trimble and Jared Nickens.
Other injury updates
- Rhode Island's E.C. Matthews (ACL) will be fully cleared for all basketball activities in mid-September, Rams coach Dan Hurley said.
- Virginia Tech's Ty Outlaw, who missed last season with an undisclosed illness and Ahmed Hill (patella) and have been fully cleared for all basketball related activities, according to Hokies coach Buzz Williams.
- Florida's John Egbunu (thumb) won't be fully cleared for all basketball related activities until September, Gators coach Mike White said.
- Ohio State's Jae'Sean Tate (shoulder) has been cleared to participate in both non-contact and contact drills, Buckeyes coach Thad Matta said.
- Iowa State's Naz Mitrou-Long (hip) has been fully cleared for all basketball related activities, according to Cyclones coach Steve Prohm.
- Mississippi State coach Ben Howland said he hopes Louisiana Tech transfer Xavian Stapleton (ACL) will be available for SEC play.
- Temple's Josh Brown (Achilles) will get his cast removed on Tuesday, but his status for this season has not been determined, Owls coach Fran Dunphy said.
- Oregon State's Tres Tinkle (foot) aims to be cleared for all basketball related activities by early September, Beavers coach Wayne Tinkle said.
- Harvard's Siyani Chambers, an Ivy League Player of the Year candidate, still has no set date for a return after his ACL injury, according to Crimson coach Tommy Amaker.