California safety Avery Sebastian was injured during the Golden Bears' scrimmage Monday afternoon and taken by ambulance for further medical treatment.
Sebastian has been taken to a local hospital, but Cal coach Sonny Dykes had no additional information on Sebastian's condition, Jeff Faraudo of the Bay Area News Group reports.
Sebastian, the outgoing and big-hitting safety from McDonough, Ga., was hurt in a collison with running back Jeffrey Coprich. Sebastian was down on the field at Memorial Stadium for more than 10 minutes before being immobilized and strapped to a backboard, according to reports from the scene on Twitter.
Sebastian started four games last season and played in 11 total, recording 56 tackles.