A few notes from the 15-minute media viewing portion of Wednesday’s practice:
* Defensive end Trent Harris, whom The Post reported has a broken hand, was not at practice. UM has yet to learn how severe his injury is, and whether he can play Saturday against Florida A&M (6 p.m., ESPN3.com).
* Demetrius Jackson was the first-team at defensive end opposite Chad Thomas. A UM source said it’s likely he will start at Harris’ position, Viper, instead of listed backup Joe Jackson, a true freshman.
* Defensive tackle Anthony Moten (dislocated right shoulder) rode an exercise bike without using his injured shoulder. It’s unclear if he can play Saturday. His absence — and the one-game suspension of Gerald Willis — would move Ryan Fines into the rotation.
* Other than that, there were no apparent changes from the depth chart Miami released Monday.
* Defensive end Scott Patchan (knee), running back Trayone Gray (knee, out for 2016) and walk-on defensive back Josh Johnson rode exercise bikes.
* Spirited practice with a lot of energy, especially from the defensive line. It’s apparent they know everyone needs to raise their games with Al-Quadin Muhammad gone, Willis out and Harris banged up.
* Joe Yearby and Mark Walton continue to impress with their pass-catching skills.
* Tight ends coach Todd Hartley chewed out David Njoku for a drop in one drill. That’s one reason, according to those inside the program, Njoku is the second-string tight end behind Chris Herndon. Both (and Stan Dobard) are likely to play major roles, but the staff appreciates Herndon’s consistency.
* Fun stuff: 6-foot-8, 320-pound right tackle Sunny Odogwu joined the running backs and ran a route. It was not a play Miami would call in a game (though among returning players from 2015, Odogwu is tied for sixth in touchdowns scored). … Running backs coach/offensive coordinator Thomas Brown, while chasing Mark Walton to the next drill: “Speed kills.”