AJ Swann might not make it on the field this Saturday as Vanderbilt faces Florida.

The freshman QB was listed as “questionable” on the Commodores’ list of injury updates on Thursday. Swann left the Week 10 game against South Carolina shortly before halftime with an undisclosed lower body injury. He was ruled out the next week against Kentucky, where the Commodores took home their first SEC win in 3 years.

Swann, who enrolled at Vanderbilt in January, moved into the starting QB role and has played well for the Commodores. The QB has thrown for 1,195 yards and 10 touchdowns this season with only 2 interceptions. His minimal interceptions tie him for 2nd lowest in the league.

In addition to Swann, the Commodores announced offensive linemen Castillo, Cox, and Ashmore have been ruled out, as has Devin Boddie, who is out for the season. The Commodores will have additional assistance from Daevion Davis and BJ Diakite, who both returned to practice this week.