The medical status of Arizona forward Zach Peters has not changed, according to UA spokesman Cory Walton, so he's not likely to play in Saturday's Red-Blue Game.

Peters has been doing everything in practice except full-contact drills with the Wildcats so far this fall. He said at last month's media day he was close to returning and was taking eye tests as a last step toward being cleared medically.

The NCAA ruled last month that the Kansas transfer can play this season instead of sitting out the redshirt year usually required of transfers, after transferring from Kansas, so the medical hurdle is his last.

UA says all other players are expected to play Saturday.

Other Red-Blue Game details:

The order of events

1 p.m. Doors open

2:30 p.m. webcast begins at the Pac-12's website.

2:35 p.m. video introductions

2:50 p.m. player introductions

3:05 p.m. Sean Miller address, dunk contest

3:20 p.m. (approx) Scrimmage begins

Scheduled to attend:

1994 players: Damon Stoudamire, Joseph Blair, Kevin Flanagan, Corey Williams, Dylan Rigdon, Jason Richey, Andy Brown and Jarvis Kelley. Reggie Geary, who is coaching in Japan this season, is also expected to give a video address.

Recruiting targets: Parker Jackson-Cartwright (2014 commit), F Craig Victor (2014 commit), Stanley Johnson (2014 wing), G Tyler Dorsey (2015 guard), Derryck Thornton Jr. (2016 guard).

Justise Winslow won't be on hand this weekend but has scheduled an official visit for next weekend, when Phoenix' Michael Humphrey is also scheduled to be on campus.

Former Stanford forward Jarron Collins and former Washington and Gonzaga guard Dan Dickau will join the Pac-12 Networks broadcast team this season.

Already having a four-year deal with Arizona, UNLV took on a two-year contract with Kansas.

In his Pac-12 prediction, CBS' Gary Parrish says UA is probably still a player away from competing for a national title.