As FIU limits defensive tackle Isame Faciane's snaps over the final four games, those snaps will be taken up by redshirt freshman Cody Horstman, freshman Fadol Brown and freshman Darrian Dyson. Others who should see increased playing time are freshman Davison Colimon at linebacker; freshman fullback Lemarq Caldwell; and redshirt freshman Lars Koht. Freshmen De'Andre Jasper and Nick England already have been in light rotation at wide receiver.
Add offensive linemen Trenton Saunders and Edens Sineace, a couple of Palm Beach County young men, to the redshirt list.
"They're pretty good players, but offensive linemen, you'd like to get them in the 400-pound bench, 550-pound squat range," FIU coach Mario Cristobal said.
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Going into today's final round of FIU's 35th Annual Pat Bradley Invitational at Lakewood Rance Golf & Country Club, Daytona State's Mary Dawson leads after shooting a tournament record 67 in Monday's second round. Dawson's at an even 144, one ahead of FIU's Sophie Godley. Tania Tare and Meghan MacLaren are tied for fifth with Boston College's Katia Joo at 3-over 147. Jasmine Wade's in a five-way cluster at 10th, 7-over 151.
FIU leads the team standings by 14 shots over Boston College and 15 shots over Cincinnati.