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Need to Knows: FAU Spring Game
- When: Saturday
- Where: FAU Stadium
- Admission: Free
- Radio: 760-AM
4 p.m. Interactive Family Zone opens
5 p.m. Gates open for Select-A-Seat
6 p.m. Spring game begins
Players to watch
RB Jonathan Wallace – Players have equated Wallace's emergence these last few weeks to Alfred Morris' breakthrough spring three years ago. At 6 feet and 190 pounds Wallace is shiftier than Morris but can still run over players.
RB Damian Fortner – Slowed much of the spring with a bad hamstring, Fortner scored three touchdowns in last Saturday's scrimmage. May be the most dangerous back in the open field.
QB Stephen Curtis – The new spread offense should suit his physical skills better than any other QB on the roster. He's starting to get a good grasp on the offense. It will be interesting to see if he can out perform Graham Wilbert when it matters.
LB Randell Johnson – He's been a beast this spring and could end up being the best player on this defense. Johnson has all the physical tools and has developed a good working relationship with fellow LB David Hinds. If they are on the same team, they will make plays.
DE Martin Wright– He really started to play well at the end of last season. Wright has moved back to the D-Line from linebacker this spring and coaches continually point to Wright as being a player making plays.
S Jeremy McKnight – The first of the spring enrollees to secure a spot on the first team, the JUCO transfer made the defensive play of the day during last weekend's scrimmage – an interception near the goal line. The Owls are thin at safety. McKnight should have plenty of opportunities to make plays.