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Monday’s Daily Briefing: FAU’s Team Camp wraps up on Sunday

Florida Atlantic wrapped up its Football in Paradise Team Camp on Sunday with Miami’s Belen Jesuit bringing home the team championship. 

There were more than 500 players at the three-day event and there were several players who caught the eye of the coaching staff and potentially earned a scholarship offer from the Owls.
 
Here’s a few notes and observations from Sunday’s camp…
  •  American Heritage made it to the finals despite missing several players including running back Greg Bryant and wide receiver-safety Cameron Posey. Bryant’s absence opened the door for running back Jeremy Gaskins (pictured) to get plenty of work. Gaskins is being heavily recruited by the Owls as well as Middle Tennessee, Vanderbilt, North Carolina State and Cincinnati.
  • One of the top players’ FAU was looking at Belen Jesuit was linebacker Alfonso Horner, who is learning a new position after playing defensive end last season.
  • Another American Heritage player who turned some heads this weekend was offensive lineman Kelly Parfait, who may have played well enough to earn an offer from the Owls. The 6-5, 285-pound Parfait played on the same line last year at American Heritage with FAU signee Robby Nasiff.

You can check out a photo gallery of Sunday's action by clicking here.

June 20, 2011

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