While most of the injuries are minor, they are enough to make coach Kyle Whittingham concerned as the Utes near the end of camp.
"The offensive line is like the secondary," he said. "They need to play together, sooner rather than later, but I don't see that happening before Monday."
The tackles continue to be a concern with freshmen Jeremiah Poutasi and Kala Friel listed on one side and junior Percy Taumoelau and Mason listed at the other.
"Both of them have improved," Whittingham said of the tackle spots, "but we still have a lot of ground that has to be covered."
Not much has changed with Utah's depth chart after the coaches reviewed Tuesday's scrimmage, including the quarterback situation, where freshman Travis Wilson is pushing returner Jordan Wynn.
"Jordan is still No. 1," Whittingham said. "Like I said from the onset, it's a competition, but it doesn't mean it's a controversy. Jordan, until someone unseats him, is our guy."
Whittingham said there was no separation among the linebackers, with five or six guys competing for the spots.
Overall he saw improvement from the first scrimmage.
"The route structures were cleaner and the run game was good and we made fewer mental mistakes," he said. "Defensively, we made fewer mistakes, but we still made too many."
The Utes received a commitment from an interesting running back Wednesday. Charlie Salesi Eteaki, a 6-foot-1, 210-pound running back out of Servite High School in Anaheim, Calif., committed to the Utes as part of their 2013 class. He had offers from Nevada and Sacramento State, but may not have been a hot commodity for other Pac-12 schools since he missed much of the season with a broken collarbone.
He rushed for 494 yards and four touchdowns on 60 carries in the five games he played.
Defensive linemen Dave Kruger and Star Lotulelei were named team captains along with receiver Luke Matthews and running back John White.
Whittingham said the team takes its selection of captains seriously because they set the tone for the team.
"It's my experience in coaching that if you have to have all the leadership and experience coming from the coaches, you probably aren't going to be very good."