VCU expects its star to be on the ground for its first NCAA Match sport.
Marcus Evans, who has been coping with a bruised knee, has returned to apply and believes he’ll play towards No. 9 seed Central Florida on Friday.
“I am nonetheless working every day rehabbing, however I have not felt something to carry me again to date,” Evans mentioned, via The Richmond Times-Dispatch. “Every little thing I have been doing, clearly, it is onerous to simulate a sport scenario till you are on the market.
“However, like I mentioned, I have been feeling higher every day, and we’re all simply wanting ahead to Friday.”
The 6-2 guard initially suffered the harm within the quarterfinals of the A-10 Match final week. Rams coach Mike Rhoades mentioned Evans has “labored actually onerous” in the course of the rehab course of.
“He is just about lived within the coaching room since Saturday,” Rhoades mentioned Thursday. “Every day has been slightly bit higher. Workload, in all probability extra at the moment than he has all week. … He isn’t 100, however he’ll give it a shot, and we’ll see from there.”
Evans is main VCU in factors (13.8), assists (3.2) and steals (1.9) per sport this season.