"Those three guys give us a lot of experience, and they're making plays," Eason said. "Durham and Kenny Harris have not missed a practice, Massaquoi has been coming along, and I feel comfortable with those guys."
Eason said he has not decided who would start between Durham and Harris in a two-receiver set. Freshman Tavarres King will likely be the second-string split end, with Tony Harris holding that role at the slot, Eason said.
In addition to his backup role behind Massaquoi, Green said he has been the starting receiver on goal-line sets that include just a single receiver. Eason said Green's natural ability has helped him move past some nagging injuries during camp to move up the depth chart.
"He doesn't know everything yet," Eason said, "but there's a lot of potential there, and it's potential we've seen flashes of a guy that can be pretty good."
"You certainly can't demote someone because he's injured," Ball said, "but when he comes back is going to be the true test of where he is."