The Gophers football team has had two players decommit from its 2016 recruiting class in recent days, according to multiple recruiting sites.
Andre Polk, a linebacker from South Fort Myers (Fla.) High School, flipped his committed to South Florida, and Tralund Webber, a junior college defensive end, has flipped to Oklahoma State.
Both are consensus three-star recruits who plan to enroll at their new schools in January. Webber is attending Blinn College, a junior college in Brenham, Texas.
The Gophers have 16 other players committed in this class, with signing day coming Feb. 3.
Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst said he feels good about where quarterback Joel Stave is health-wise heading into Saturday's game against the Gophers. Stave was knocked from last week's loss to Northwestern after a crucial late-game sack.
Gophers quarterback Mitch Leidner said he is full go for practice this week. Leidner had a walking boot on his left foot after Saturday's victory over Illinois. Coach Tracy Claeys had said the team might limit Leidner's practice reps, just to save his legs, but Leidner said he'll be upset if he misses any reps.
•Badgers running back Corey Clement, who has suffered through an injury plagued season, said he will return for his senior season in 2016 if his NFL draft projection is third round or worse.
Gophers cornerback Eric Murray accepted an invitation to the Senior Bowl. He joins linebacker De'Vondre Campbell (East-West Shrine Game) as players committed to postseason all-star games.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.