Jon Feliciano Injury Ends Miami Starter's Spring Football

The Miami Hurricanes entered spring football with a major concern at one offensive line position: will former No. 1 recruit Seantrel Henderson ever truly take over the tackle position? Now we can add left guard to the list, as Jon Feliciano, who's topped the depth chart this spring, is out after injuring his right knee Saturday:

"I was pulling and I hit the safety, Ray-Ray [Armstrong], [and] OT [RB Eduardo Clements] was about to break but he got hit in the back and he kind of fell into my knee. Hopefully it's just a sprain. They haven't told me anything. I'll just keep some ice on it and see how it goes.''

Feliciano started eight games at right tackle in 2011, appearing in 10 overall. He's backed by Jeremy Lewis on the current depth chart. A redshirt senior, Lewis is a converted defensive lineman who's played in only one game on the offensive side.

For more on Canes football, visit Miami blog The 7th Floor.

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