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Cal football Friday practice: Jeremiah Stuckey, Dwayne Wallace new offensive line options

Some quick updates from Friday afternoon.

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We'll have a detailed scrimmage report from Saturday later in the week (you can read the comments for most of the updates). Here's the footnotes of what transpired on Friday's shorter practice. Here's Sonny Dykes's press conference notes.

Melquise Stovall didn't practice on Friday or Saturday due to headaches, so you won't see him in either report today. There are some good features on Stovall you should check out though!

Texas A&M offensive line transfer Jeremiah Stuckey was in attendance this week. I don't believe he is able to practice yet, but Sonny seems confident that he'll be in the mix at guard or center.

The other name that pops up is junior college guard Dwayne Wallace, who is getting plenty of first team reps as a guard in the battle to replace Jordan Rigsbee. Also a new name to the mix is converted defensive tackle Chris Palmer.

Defensive tackle David "Honey Mustard" Davis is exploring a sixth year of eligibility. That could come in handy in trying to court David's brother Wyatt, a five star offensive lineman from St. John's Bosco, a top 25 national recruit and a top five California prospect.

Vic Wharton and Austin Aaron are working through injuries but are expected to be 100% when summer rolls around.

Newcomers (mostly freshmen) mentioned as impressing include Luc Bequette, Zeandae Johnson, Malik Psalms, Billy McCrary as well as most of the young wideouts.