Three Hur­ri­cane starters side­lined

Sun Sentinel Palm Beach Edition - - SPORTS - Christy Cabr­era Chiri­nos

CO­RAL GABLES — Af­ter ar­riv­ing at Mi­ami as a midyear en­rollee in Jan­uary, fresh­man OL

wasted lit­tle time in be­com­ing an im­pact player for the Hur­ri­canes.

All through spring work­outs and fall camp, coaches and team­mates raved about Don­ald­son’s ath­leti­cism, strength and abil­ity to make plays, even as a fresh­man. He worked his way into the start­ing ro­ta­tion and has been the only Mi­ami fresh­man to start all four games this sea­son. The right guard’s streak will end Satur­day. The 6-foot-6, 350-pound Don­ald­son was listed by Mi­ami as one of three starters set to miss Satur­day’s game against Ge­or­gia Tech due an in­jury. C and S

are also out. Though Hur­ri­canes coach has not con­firmed it, there may have been con­cus­sion con­cerns for Red­wine, listed on Mi­ami’s ACC-man­dated in­jury re­port as out with an up­per ex­trem­ity in­jury. Richt also de­clined ear­lier this week to give specifics on Delaney’s in­jury, listed only as a lower ex­trem­ity is­sue on the re­port. On the of­fen­sive line, for­mer Dou­glas stand­out could get the start while play­ers such as

and could get more time in the sec­ondary.

No. 11 Mi­ami vs. Ge­or­gia Tech, Satur­day,

Sheldrick Red­wine

3:30 p.m., ABC

Navaughn Don­ald­son Dee Delaney Mark Richt Gaynor Knowles, Tra­jan Bandy, Jhavon­tae Dean Carter

Next game: Corey Robert Amari

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