Morgan State's Roderick Wolfe will return from a one-game exile tomorrow night when the Bears open their Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference season with a trip to Hampton (Va.) University.
Who will be throwing to the senior wide receiver is another matter.
Morgan coach Donald Hill-Eley said yesterday that he likely will alternate Mario Melton and Byron Selby at quarterback and that the hotter passer will play more.
Hill-Eley also said Wolfe will play after sitting out last week's 19-17 loss to Winston-Salem State. Wolfe was picked up Saturday morning on an active warrant for failing to appear in court in July on previous traffic violations.
After making a $350 bail payment, Wolfe was released Sunday, and he practiced with the team Monday.
Cornerback Darren McKahn, who was benched Saturday for missing team meetings, also will play tomorrow, Hill-Eley said.
Melton, a junior, has started the team's past 10 games going back to last season. He has completed just 45.5 percent of his passes with two interceptions this season. Selby, a senior who played at Dunbar, led the MEAC in passing in 2005.
Hill-Eley said Melton has struggled since throwing a critical interception against Towson.
"He's been very reluctant to deliver the ball since then," the coach said. "Up to that point, he was throwing the ball well."