That distinction goes to 6-foot-11 big man Marko Kovacevic, who didn't practice on Monday afternoon and had a brace on his wrist.
Kovacevic - the junior college transfer from Western Nebraska - will have an MRI. The length of time he will miss depends on the severity of the injury.
"He's got something going on in there," Utes coach Larry Krystkowiak said. "So we have to find out what the problem is."
Kovacevic has been on campus all summer. He's one of four players with size, and is expected to be in contention for playing time.
If he has to miss any practice time, it will further thin out a frontcourt that can use all the bodies it can get. With Jordan Loveridge working out with the wings and the guards, it's presumed that the sophomore will spend more his time this season at small forward.