FARGO — North Dakota State began the second week of fall camp indoors after some early morning rain. The Bison practiced inside the Fargodome for the first time.

There are several positions that bear watching throughout fall camp. Defensive tackle, linebacker and wide receiver are the major three, where young players could make a significant contribution this season. Redshirt freshman Dylan Evans, from Williston, N.D., is one to watch and may see the field at defensive tackle.

Redshirt freshman Jayden Price, from Mulvane, Kan., is another to keep an eye on. Price may be working his way into the two-deep at cornerback. Price was a highly sought after recruit, with plenty of fellow MVFC rivals trying to get him.

On the injury front, wide receiver Zach Mathis and tight end Dawson Weisenberger were not practicing Monday with what Bison head coach Matt Entz described as minor injuries.