Notre Dame receiver Robby Parris' climb up the latter of health is complete.
The senior receiver, who began the week as doubtful against Boston College on Saturday, will play this weekend, according to coach Charlie Weis.
Parris was hit hard near the end of last weekend's 34-27 loss to USC, and he injured his right hip, knee and ankle.
At the start of the week, Parris wasn't going to be able to practice, but he was able to practice Wednesday and went full speed Thursday, according to Weis.
"He'll be out there right from the first play," Weis said Thursday. "Put it like this, he just practiced full speed today. Unless, he has a setback tonight, he'll be out there right from the start. I'm very surprised too."
Parris has stepped up to fill the void left by receiver Michael Floyd, who is recovering from a broken collarbone. Parris has 16 catches for 179 yards and a touchdown.