Barrett, who is recovering broken ankle in November, is making progress and should be ready by training camp, the Columbus Dispatch reports. "J.T., I'd probably say, is 95 percent. That was the biggest thing, to get them all healthy and get them ready to go," head coach Urban Meyer said about Barrett and fellow quarterback Braxton Miller (shoulder).
Cox, who has been granted a sixth-year of eligibility by the NCAA following his season-ending Achilles' injury in 2014, will compete for playing time in the Jayhawks backfield this season, the Kansas City Star reports.
Choice (knee) may be redshirted in 2015, depending on coach Dabo Swinney's assessment of the Tigers' backfield, the Greenville News reports. "You're talking about the guy who became the starter for us as a true freshman," Swinney said. "So we'll see."