Kaheaku-Enhada, who hasn’t played since the first half against Wake Forest on Sept. 27, has been replaced by classmate Jarod Bryant. The former Alabama Player of the Year at Hoover High has guided the Midshipmen to mixed results, amassing 657 yards of total offense and scoring eight touchdowns. But he has fumbled multiple times the past few games and thrown three interceptions this year.
Bryant likely will have to play one of his better games if Navy (4-3) is to defeat Southern Methodist (1-7) on Saturday afternoon at 3:30 at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
“We have to execute,” Bryant said. “We are one block, one read away from scoring a lot more points.”