Auburn Family News: April 2016

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Big Eighth Inning Propels Tigers Over Cats

Auburn scored four runs in the eighth inning to break open a tie game on the way to a 10-6 win over Kentucky.

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Baseball. Auburn has big finish to beat No. 22 Kentucky again

Jackson Burgeen's 2-run homer in the third inning, a big 4-run inning in the eighth and a shutdown three-inning performance by reliever Casey Mize carried Auburn over No. 22 Kentucky 10-6 Saturday night in Plainsman Park.

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Track & Field, Cross Country. Tigers excel at Penn Relays, Georgia Invite

Auburn senior pole vaulter broke her own school record Saturday, clearing 4.43m/14-6.25 to win the event and teammate Rachel Dincoff swept the women’s shot put and discus throw at the Georgia Invitational in Athens, Ga. Meanwhile, at the historic Penn Relays in Philadelphia, the Auburn men’s 4x100m relay team won the college championship in 39.82.

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Auburn Football 2016 NFL Free Agent Signings



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Why Auburn's Avery Young was stress-free as he went undrafted

"It was a long day," Young told AL.com.

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M. Basketball. Chad Dollar named Auburn Basketball assistant coach

Chad Dollar, a 20-year Division I assistant with strong ties to the southeast, has been named an assistant coach for Auburn basketball, head coach Bruce Pearl announced Saturday.

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Softball. Auburn/Tennessee game postponed to Sunday

Saturday's game between Auburn and Tennessee has been postponed to Sunday with a 2 p.m. start. Auburn leads 1-0 in the bottom of the first inning and the game will be broadcast on the SECN+.

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What Auburn's saying about the NFL Draft

Check out what the Tigers are saying on social media

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Ricardo Louis clarifies comment about his development as a receiver while at Auburn

By being drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the fourth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, former Auburn receiver Ricardo Louis caught attention first for going earlier than many prognosticators expected and second for a remark regarding his development in college.

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Jonathan Jones Signs as an Undrafted Free Agent With the New England Patriots



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Pearl Hires Dollar For Coach Staff

Auburn's basketball coaching staff is back up to full strength with the addition of Chad Dollar.

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Jonathan Jones Signs as an Undrafted Free Agent with Jacksonville Jaguars



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New Philadelphia Eagle Blake Countess will 'knock your butt off,' says Malzahn

Despite his 5-foot-10, 185-pound frame, Malzahn warned to not underestimate his power.

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Avery Young Signed as Undrafted Free Agent by New Orleans Saints



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Peyton Barber Signed as Undrafted Free Agent By Tampa Bay Buccaneers



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Where did Auburn's undrafted players sign as free agents?

After three days and 253 picks over seven rounds, Auburn had three players selected in this year's NFL Draft but several others are pursuing professional careers as undrafted free agents.

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Eagles Draft Versatile Auburn Defensive Back

Defensive back Blake Countess has been drafted by the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles.

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M. Basketball. Chad Dollar named Auburn Basketball assistant coach

Chad Dollar, a 20-year Division I assistant with strong ties to the southeast, has been named an assistant coach for Auburn basketball, head coach Bruce Pearl announced Saturday.

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Blake Countess Drafted By Philadelphia Eagles in 6th Round



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Philadelphia Eagles select Auburn's Blake Countess in NFL Draft

Another Auburn Tiger is off the board. Former Michigan and Auburn defensive back Blake Countess wasn't invited to the NFL Combine, but impressed Philadelphia enough for the Eagles to select him with the No. 196 pick in the sixth round...

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NFL Draft party: Cleveland picks Auburn's Ricardo Louis

Auburn receiver Ricardo Louis was selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, joining Friday night draft pick and Auburn teammate Shon Coleman on the Cleveland Browns' roster. The Browns selected Louis with the 114th overall pick.

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Ricardo Louis Drafted In Round 4

Auburn wide receiver Ricardo Louis was drafted by the NFL's Cleveland Browns.

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Football. NFL Draft party: Cleveland picks Auburn's Ricardo Louis

Auburn receiver Ricardo Louis was selected in the fourth round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, joining Friday night draft pick and Auburn teammate Shon Coleman on the Cleveland Browns' roster. The Browns selected Louis with the 114th overall pick.

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Live updates: Follow 4th round of 2016 NFL Draft

This will be your AL.com stop for the fourth round. Teams have five minutes to make their selection.

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NFL Draft: Browns Find Great Value in Drafting Shon Coleman in 3rd Round

With the 76th pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected former Auburn offensive lineman Shon Coleman. The cancer survivor shared his exciting day at the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital where Coleman battled cancer for nearly two years. Other than getting a fighter and a great guy off the field, the Browns […]

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Auburn's Ricardo Louis selected by the Cleveland Browns in NFL Draft

Ricardo Louis will continue playing football with Shon Coleman.

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Track & Field, Cross Country. Solid start to Penn Relays

Auburn All-American Marshay Ryan’s second place finish in the women’s college triple jump championship highlighted the Tigers’ start to the historic Penn Relays at Franklin Field Friday. Ryan was one of four individuals and relays from Auburn to finish in the top three in their respective events.

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Football. Shon Coleman's story: From cancer to Auburn to the NFL

The offensive tackle who was diagnosed with leukemia shortly after signing with Auburn in 2010 was selected in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night by the Cleveland Browns, who were impressed by his story beyond football.

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Shon Coleman's story: From cancer to Auburn to the NFL

The offensive tackle who was diagnosed with leukemia shortly after signing with Auburn in 2010 was selected in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday night by the Cleveland Browns, who were impressed by his story beyond football.

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Auburn vs Kentucky Game 1 Post Game Wrap



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Marlon Davidson Is the Instant-Impact Freshman DE Auburn's Been Waiting for

AUBURN, Ala. — Plenty of Auburn fans expected a true freshman to quickly emerge as a starter at defensive end opposite star pass-rusher Carl Lawson.

Few, if any, expected that defensive end to be Marlon Davidson.

Several months after former 5-star and top-five recruit Byron Cowart opened his Auburn career with just six tackles and zero sacks, the 4-star Davidson enrolled early on the Plains.

A few weeks after his arrival, Davidson found himself lining up with the first team on one of the deepest defensive lines in college football. He made the quick leap that Cowart was expected to make in 2015's fall camp.

"I've been here five years, and as far as freshmen coming in to play—especially in the spring—he's as good as I've ever seen," Auburn left guard Alex Kozan said. "He's got to keep working, keep improving, but he's solid. I think he's ready to play now."

While his classmates at Greenville High School 100 miles away were preparing for their senior prom, Davidson was getting ready to become a potential starter in the SEC.

A few days after Kozan declared him the best true freshman he had ever seen, Davidson got the first of what could be many starts inside Jordan-Hare Stadium at the annual A-Day Game. He matched fellow starter Lawson with four tackles, which were the most of any defensive lineman in the scrimmage.

"Consistency in a young guy is really hard to find, and that's what he's been able to do," Lawson said. "He's been able to be consistent and every day come out here and try to get better. He takes coaching. When he [coach Rodney Garner] gets hard, a lot of young guys don't take it very well. He's been prepped for it."

The coaching that Lawson referred to is the trademark vocal nature of defensive line assistant Rodney Garner, a former Auburn player who has coached for more than 25 years in the SEC. 

Starting defensive tackle Montravius Adams said it takes a while for blue-chip recruits such as Davidson to get adjusted to "Coach G" and the way he runs practices.

Garner isn't normally one for high praise in his interviews, especially with questions about highly touted underclassmen. But this spring, he was positive in his outlook on Davidson.

"I think he's got a chance to have an impact and help our team," Garner said. "Marlon, he continues to get better every day. I think he has very bright future."

As a strong-side defensive end, Davidson brings a different kind of size and versatility to an Auburn defensive line that is loaded with experience. He was listed this spring at 6'3" and 281 pounds, and he has the ability to move inside.

In spring ball, the Tigers used him on the interior during passing situations to provide an extra burst of pressure up the middle.

"He's extremely quick and powerful for a young guy," new Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele said.

While some coaches want to slow-play their incoming freshmen and ease them into life at the college level, Steele is the complete opposite.

He sees a potential difference-maker in Davidson, and the veteran coach is pushing him as hard as he can, regardless of his age.

"I don't have brakes. I ain't tapping no brakes," Steele said. "We'll go as full speed and as fast as we can. He is a guy that's very physically, mentally and emotionally mature. ... If you'd watched it and didn't know, you'd think he'd been around for a couple of years, and that's the biggest thing."

Davidson might be a new student on Auburn's campus, but he has been around the program for several years now. 

The defensive end started coming on unofficial visits to Auburn in 2012, when his older brother Kenneth Carter was a starter on the defensive line. Carter now works for Auburn football on its support staff.

Carter was nearly identical to Davidson in size during his Auburn playing days, and he made starts as both an end and a defensive tackle. Lawson even said this spring the best comparison to Davidson's playing style was Carter.

Even when Davidson's recruitment exploded as a junior and he started receiving offers from schools all over the country, Auburn was always a projected leader for his signature.

He committed to Auburn last September and, despite a strong push from Alabama, signed his financial aid agreement with the Tigers in December. 

"The sky is the limit," Carter told Keith Niebuhr of 247Sports last fall. "He can play any spot he wants. That’s the way I feel, by looking at him and the way he moves and how big he is."

A few months later, Davidson has already carved out his own spot on the defensive line, serving as the instant-impact defensive end Auburn fans have been craving for quite some time.

With the amount of rotation Garner likes on his defensive line and the depth the Tigers have built up there, there's still a role for Cowart—the former recruiting star who Davidson has passed in a short amount of time—in 2016. As Garner says, everyone's adjustment to college football is different.

"Some guys are quicker than others," Garner said. "That doesn't equate to success or failure, I don't think. This guy may come in in year one and live up to those expectations. This guy may not live up to those in year two or three. That doesn't equate to whether he was successful or not."

Early in his "year one," Davidson has met and even exceeded the highest expectations set on him by topping the depth chart as an early enrollee

The work has to continue throughout the summer and into fall camp, but Davidson's teammates agree that he's well on his way to greatness, echoing his older brother.

"He's a competitor," Adams said. "Everything he does, he competes. In this league, that's just what you have to do. I think with him doing that, he's just going to keep getting better.

"The sky is the limit."

 

All quotes obtained firsthand unless otherwise noted. Recruiting rankings are courtesy of 247Sports.

Justin Ferguson is a National College Football Analyst at Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter @JFergusonBR.

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Watch the Cleveland Browns tell an overjoyed Shon Coleman he's been drafted

The cancer survivor's dream came true Saturday.

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Friday, April 29, 2016

Baseball. Anfernee Grier, Cole Lipscomb lead Auburn over Kentucky

Anferne Grier's 3-run homer and a masterful complete-game pitching performance by Cole Lipscomb carried Auburn past No. 22 Kentucky 5-2 Friday night in Plainsman Park.

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Football. Auburn's Shon Coleman selected in third round by Cleveland

The offensive lineman who beat leukemia and became a fan favorite at Auburn was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in third round of the NFL Draft on Friday. He was the 89th overall pick.

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Shon Coleman Selected In 3rd Round

Auburn's Shon Coleman got the good news on Friday night when he was picked by the Cleveland Browns in the third round of the NFL Draft.

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Shon Coleman highlights Auburn's second day of NFL Draft

Shon Coleman being picked by the Cleveland Browns in the third round highlighted Auburn's day at the NFL Draft on Friday.

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Auburn's Shon Coleman selected in third round by Cleveland

The offensive lineman who beat leukemia and became a fan favorite at Auburn was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in thrd round of the NFL Draft on Friday. He was the 89th overall pick.

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Lipscomb In Command In 5-2 Win Over Cats

Auburn got a strong pitching performance from Cole Lipscomb and a big night at the plate from Anfernee Grier in a 5-2 win over Kentucky.

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Auburn's Shon Coleman selected by Cleveland Browns in NFL Draft

Six years after being diagnosed with cancer, Coleman's dream has come true

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NFL Draft Preview: Is Duke Williams Worth The Risk?

If you were a NFL team in need of a wide receiver and had the chance in the late rounds of this year’s draft, would you take former Auburn Tiger Duke Williams? There are cases for and against it. Williams never could get out of his own way off the field at Auburn, being suspended […]

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Softball. Auburn softball takes on No. 13/12 Tennessee

No. 3 Auburn hits the road for their last away series of the regular season taking on No. 13/12 Tennessee from Saturday-Monday in Knoxville.

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If a Coach Falls In the Forest…

If A Coach Falls In The Forest April 29, 2016 – When the news came from Tuscaloosa that Bo Davis, a current coach and long-time member of Nick Saban’s staff at both Alabama and LSU, was being forced out due to [...]

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NFL Draft Preview: Jonathan Jones Trying To Prove Height Is Overrated

Jonathan Jones will try to prove height is overrated as he prepares for a career in the NFL. Jonathan Jones went through the highs and the lows during his four-year career at Auburn. As a freshman in 2012, he was part of the 3-9 team that never seemed to mesh, or frankly, care about its […]

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W. Equestrian. A Banner Year In Review

This year’s group of Auburn equestrian seniors knew what they wanted to accomplish in their final season. They had their eyes on the prize. They had two rings on their minds.

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2016 NFL Draft: Star players to announce second-, third-round picks

While Roger Goodell announced most of the picks in the first round of the NFL Draft on Thursday night, the league's commissioner isn't scheduled to announce any of them on Friday night.

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Auburn hosting California 'hidden gem' Linwood Foy for official visit

The junior college offensive tackle committed to Louisville April 9

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Auburn among SEC coaching staffs scheduled to attend satellite camp in Georgia

Auburn has agreed to its first satellite camp.

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Baseball. 'We have a ton to play for' - Auburn baseball hosts Kentucky

To put together a scouting report for Auburn's weekend series against Kentucky, coach Butch Thompson need look no further than to his assistant, Brad Bohannon.

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Auburn Baseball Preview: Tigers Host No. 22 Kentucky

Auburn baseball goes into the weekend looking to stop a four-game losing streak as they host No. 22 Kentucky. I’m sure this isn’t how head coach Butch Thompson pictured his first season on the Plains in charge of Auburn baseball. Granted, the team was depleted except for a few standouts – thanks, Sunny Golloway – […]

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Auburn News And Notes: April 29, 2016

News and Notes on a Friday afternoon: Auburn to Hold Satellite Camps – With both the NCAA and SEC lifting its ban on satellite camps, Auburn and head coach Gus Malzahn plan on taking their recruiting efforts on the road. On Wednesday, the NCAA lifted its short-time ban on the hosting of satellite camps after […]

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Auburn recruiting podcast: Can Tigers build around elite OL Calvin Ashley

Drew Champlin and Mark Jennings are back with an Auburn recruiting podcast.

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Auburn aims to make Braden Smith an 'elite' right guard

After debuting as a full-time starter last season Braden Smith will look to take his game to the next level in 2016.

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Watch Cam Newton make 11-year-old's wish come true

When Noah was accepted into the Make-A-Wish Foundation program, his No. 1 hope was meeting Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton.

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Marlon Davidson Is the Instant-Impact Freshman DE Auburn's Been Waiting For

AUBURN, Ala. — Plenty of Auburn fans expected a true freshman to quickly emerge as a starter at defensive end opposite star pass-rusher Carl Lawson.

Few, if any, expected that defensive end to be Marlon Davidson.

Several months after former 5-star and top-five recruit Byron Cowart opened his Auburn career with just six tackles and zero sacks, the 4-star Davidson enrolled early on the Plains.

A few weeks after his arrival, Davidson found himself lining up with the first team on one of the deepest defensive lines in college football. He made the quick leap that Cowart was expected to make in 2015's fall camp.

"I've been here five years, and as far as freshmen coming in to play—especially in the spring—he's as good as I've ever seen," Auburn left guard Alex Kozan said. "He's got to keep working, keep improving, but he's solid. I think he's ready to play now."

While his classmates at Greenville High School 100 miles away were preparing for their senior prom, Davidson was getting ready to become a potential starter in the SEC.

A few days after Kozan declared him the best true freshman he had ever seen, Davidson got the first of what could be many starts inside Jordan-Hare Stadium at the annual A-Day Game. He matched fellow starter Lawson with four tackles, which were the most of any defensive lineman in the scrimmage.

"Consistency in a young guy is really hard to find, and that's what he's been able to do," Lawson said. "He's been able to be consistent and every day come out here and try to get better. He takes coaching. When he [coach Rodney Garner] gets hard, a lot of young guys don't take it very well. He's been prepped for it."

The coaching that Lawson referred to is the trademark vocal nature of defensive line assistant Rodney Garner, a former Auburn player who has coached for more than 25 years in the SEC. 

Starting defensive tackle Montravius Adams said it takes a while for blue-chip recruits such as Davidson to get adjusted to "Coach G" and the way he runs practices.

Garner isn't normally one for high praise in his interviews, especially with questions about highly touted underclassmen. But this spring, he was positive in his outlook on Davidson.

"I think he's got a chance to have an impact and help our team," Garner said. "Marlon, he continues to get better every day. I think he has very bright future."

As a strong-side defensive end, Davidson brings a different kind of size and versatility to an Auburn defensive line that is loaded with experience. He was listed this spring at 6'3" and 281 pounds, and he has the ability to move inside.

In spring ball, the Tigers used him on the interior during passing situations to provide an extra burst of pressure up the middle.

"He's extremely quick and powerful for a young guy," new Auburn defensive coordinator Kevin Steele said.

While some coaches want to slow-play their incoming freshmen and ease them into life at the college level, Steele is the complete opposite.

He sees a potential difference-maker in Davidson, and the veteran coach is pushing him as hard as he can, regardless of his age.

"I don't have brakes. I ain't tapping no brakes," Steele said. "We'll go as full speed and as fast as we can. He is a guy that's very physically, mentally and emotionally mature. ... If you'd watched it and didn't know, you'd think he'd been around for a couple of years, and that's the biggest thing."

Davidson might be a new student on Auburn's campus, but he has been around the program for several years now. 

The defensive end started coming on unofficial visits to Auburn in 2012, when his older brother Kenneth Carter was a starter on the defensive line. Carter now works for Auburn football on its support staff.

Carter was nearly identical to Davidson in size during his Auburn playing days, and he made starts as both an end and a defensive tackle. Lawson even said this spring the best comparison to Davidson's playing style was Carter.

Even when Davidson's recruitment exploded as a junior and he started receiving offers from schools all over the country, Auburn was always a projected leader for his signature.

He committed to Auburn last September and, despite a strong push from Alabama, signed his financial aid agreement with the Tigers in December. 

"The sky is the limit," Carter told Keith Niebuhr of 247Sports last fall. "He can play any spot he wants. That’s the way I feel, by looking at him and the way he moves and how big he is."

A few months later, Davidson has already carved out his own spot on the defensive line, serving as the instant-impact defensive end Auburn fans have been craving for quite some time.

With the amount of rotation Garner likes on his defensive line and the depth the Tigers have built up there, there's still a role for Cowart—the former recruiting star who Davidson has passed in a short amount of time—in 2016. As Garner says, everyone's adjustment to college football is different.

"Some guys are quicker than others," Garner said. "That doesn't equate to success or failure, I don't think. This guy may come in in year one and live up to those expectations. This guy may not live up to those in year two or three. That doesn't equate to whether he was successful or not."

Early in his "year one," Davidson has met and even exceeded the highest expectations set on him by topping the depth chart as an early enrollee

The work has to continue throughout the summer and into fall camp, but Davidson's teammates agree that he's well on his way to greatness, echoing his older brother.

"He's a competitor," Adams said. "Everything he does, he competes. In this league, that's just what you have to do. I think with him doing that, he's just going to keep getting better.

"The sky is the limit."

 

All quotes obtained firsthand unless otherwise noted. Recruiting rankings are courtesy of 247Sports.

Justin Ferguson is a National College Football Analyst at Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter @JFergusonBR.

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Where is Auburn considering having satellite camps?

Auburn is considering a number of locations for satellite camps once the SEC's ban ends in May.

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Running Back Prospect Checks Out AU Campus

Running back prospect Asa Martin continues to show interest in Coach Gus Malzahn's Auburn Tigers.

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M. Basketball. Bruce Pearl's 3rd Annual Fore the Children Golf Classic

Auburn basketball coach Bruce Pearl and his wife, Brandy, have partnered again with Children's Harbor for the third annual Fore the Children Golf Classic presented by Russell Lands and Alabama Power, with all proceeds benefitting Children's Harbor and its partners.

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Swimming & Diving. Sergio Lopez named Associate Head Coach for Auburn S&D

Sergio Lopez Miro, who has coached current NCAA Champions Ryan Murphy and Joseph Schooling and has spent the past two years as the head high performance coach of the Singapore Swimming Association, was named the Associate Head Coach for Auburn Swimming and Diving, head coach Brett Hawke announced on Thursday.

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Friday Football, Basketball, Baseball Tidbits

Auburn football, basketball, baseball and softball are featured in Friday's edition of Tiger Tidbits from Inside the Auburn Tigers/AUTigers.com.

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Thompson Says Tigers Need to "Finish"

Auburn's Butch Thompson talks about his team's mindset as the baseball Tigers prepare to face Kentucky in a three-game series at Plainsman Park.

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Jason Caldwell's Friday Auburn Mailbag Column

Questions on a variety of Auburn sports teams are featured in this edition of the Friday Mailbag column from Jason Caldwell of Inside the Auburn Tigers.

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Auburn players remain patient as no Tigers selected in 1st round of NFL Draft

Several Tigers are hoping for their name to be called

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Auburn cornerback Jamel Dean makes 'big leap' to end spring, still in position battle

Jamel Dean made a strong first impression and closed spring practice with a bang.

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Video posted just before NFL draft shows Laremy Tunsil taking bong hit wearing gas mask

Former Ole Miss star dropped in first round

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Auburn Football Players Run the 40 Yard Dash



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The Opening Charlotte Clips: A.J. Terrell

Watch some of what A.J. Terrell put on display in Charlotte to get an invite to The Opening Finals this summer.

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Auburn's John Franklin III says he's the nation's fastest quarterback

Watch JF3 run the 40-yard dash

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Baseball. Auburn baseball welcomes No. 22 Kentucky to the Plains

Auburn baseball welcomes No. 22 Kentucky to Plainsman Park this weekend beginning Friday at 6 p.m. CT.

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Former Auburn running back Peyton Barber shares his thoughts as NFL Draft weekend begins

Former auburn running back Peyton Barber shares his thoughts as NFL draft weekend begins.

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2016 Auburn Crush Finals


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M. Golf. Auburn’s Michael Johnson named Jack Nicklaus Award semifinalist

Michael Johnson has been named a semifinalist for the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol, announced the Golf Coaches Association of America on Thursday.

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NCAA Lifts Satellite Camp Ban



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SEC responds to satellite camp ban overturn

The Southeastern Conference has responded to the NCAA's decision to overturn a ban on satellite camps.

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Auburn Student-Athletes: Sports I Don't Understand (Part One)


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ITAT Radio: Auburn In The NFL Draft

Talking about Auburn's prospects in this week's NFL Draft in Chicago.

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Auburn OL coach Herb Hand knows satellite camp issue well, he's partially responsible

Herb Hand is partially responsible for making satellite camps a national issue in college football the past two years, now he could help Auburn capitalize.

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W. Volleyball. Volleyball Adds Three for 2016

Auburn volleyball head coach Rick Nold announced the addition of three student-athletes for the upcoming 2016 season Thursday. Enija Bidzane, Karis Beasley and Brienna Tankesley will join Gwyn Jones and Taylor Hammill as newcomers to the Tiger squad this fall.

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NCAA Board of Directors rescinds ban on satellite camps, will review 'recruiting environment'

The SEC's satellite camp ban expires on May 29, meaning SEC schools could start holding satellite camps as soon as this summer.

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Cam Newton says he 'let down' fans, family by walking out of post-Super Bowl press conference

Two days after he walked away from a post-Super Bowl press conference, Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton said he had no regrets about his behavior.

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Thursday Football & Basketball Tiger Tidbits

Auburn football, men's basketball, baseball, softball and tennis are featured in Thursday's edition of Tiger Tidbits from Inside the Auburn Tigers/AUTigers.com.

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See how colleges are using the NFL Draft as a recruiting tool

Check out how colleges are using recent success in the NFL Draft to promote a vision for recruits.

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After lost season Xavier Dampeer in line to start at center for Auburn

It was a somewhat unexpected move to see Austin Golson move to tackle and Xavier Dampeer take over as Auburn's starting center this spring.

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AU Commitment Davion Mitchell Highlights

Highlights of Auburn hoops commitment Davion Mitchell are featured as he plays with his AAU team, the Georgia Stars.

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General News. 'It gives me a platform to help people' - Wounded Warrior Josh Wetzel, Auburn Class of 2016

Three snapshots illustrate the character of Josh Wetzel.When an Improvised Explosive Device claimed the legs of a soldier in Afghanistan, U.S. Army Sergeant Wetzel served as a calming influence to a fellow soldier in shock. That, despite the fact that it was Wetzel's legs that were gone.

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Bo Jackson Was the Biggest NFL Draft Bust Of All Time. And The Biggest Steal.



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King Dunlap doesn't think the Chargers need to use No. 3 draft pick on Laremy Tunsil

San Diego Chargers left offensive tackle King Dunlap has a scouting report on Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil.

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Auburn Players Hoping for Good NFL Draft News

Former Auburn football players are hoping to hear their names called in this year's NFL Draft that begins on Thursday night.

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Penn State, Va Tech offer 2018 Kiyon Boyd

2018 guard prospect Kiyon Boyd added scholarship offers from Penn State and Virginia Tech. He discussed those, plus his visit to Georgetown and his recruitment with Scout.

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Watch more footage of Cam Newton's surprise visit with seventh graders

The former Auburn star posted a video that shows additional footage of the encounter.

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I Believe



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NFL Draft by the numbers: SEC has produced most picks 9 years in a row

The SEC heads into tonight's NFL Draft having produced more picks than any other conference in each of the past nine years.

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2016 Auburn Basketball Senior Thank You



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Meet the state of Alabama's 7 No. 1 NFL Draft picks

In last year's NFL Draft, a player with Alabama football roots (that is, played at a state high school or college) was the first selection, with former Hueytown High School star Jameis Winston going to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at No. 1. The top choice in the NFL Draft on Thursday night won't be a state product, but seven of the 80 previous No. 1 picks have been.

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A Murky Look at the Offense.

Offensive ProspectsTigers still apparently looking for a signal-caller.(Photo by Acid Reign.)      War Eagle, everybody! This week, we’ll take a look at what we might expect to see out of the Auburn offense in 2016. The real question in everyone’s mind is whether this team will return to regularly shredding SEC defenses for 30 or more […]

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016

NFL Draft Preview: Shon Coleman Ready To Make His Mark

Shon Coleman is trying to become the next Auburn offensive lineman to have a successful NFL career, and the road there hasn’t been easy. His battle with cancer has been well-documented, as well as him beating the crap out of it with determination, resilience, and outright will. Now, he will face another challenge: proving himself […]

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Kevin Steele provides updates on Auburn's banged-up secondary

Several defensive backs were limited with injuries this spring

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Kevin Steele pleased with how Auburn defense performed on A-Day, ended spring

Kevin Steele wanted "relentless" effort from Auburn's defense during spring practice and the new Tigers defensive coordinator got his wish on A-Day.

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Football. Official Pairings Announced for Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge

The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge today announced the official pairings for its 10th annual charity golf tournament. A 13-team field of NCAA head coaches and celebrity alumni will compete for a first-place prize of $100,000 in scholarship and charity. All participating teams will receive a portion of the $540,000 total purse.

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Sports legend continues to give back to state with Bo Bikes Bama five years after the April 27 tornado - The University of Alabama Crimson White


Sports legend continues to give back to state with Bo Bikes Bama five years after the April 27 tornado
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Former University of Alabama football player De Meco Ryans represented the Crimson Tide during the 2012 ride. Auburn's football coach Gus Malzahn and Auburn's Athletic Director Jay Jacobs have always participated in Bo Bikes Bama. “We have guys ...



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Auburn Volleyball Construction Update


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A Round-by-Round Look at Alabama's Best NFL Draft Picks of All Time - Bleacher Report


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A Round-by-Round Look at Alabama's Best NFL Draft Picks of All Time
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... the Jacobs Award as the Southeastern Conference's best blocker. When the NFL held its first draft at the Ritz-Carlton in Philadelphia on February 8, 1936, Jay Berwanger, the first Heisman Trophy winner, was the first-overall pick by the hometown ...

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Official Pairings Announced for Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge

The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Challenge today announced the official pairings for its 10th annual charity golf tournament. A 13-team field of NCAA head coaches and celebrity alumni will compete for a first-place prize of $100,000 in scholarship and charity. All participating teams will receive a portion of the $540,000 total purse.

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Who'll Make the Cut for LB Tyler Taylor?

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Scout 300 linebacker Tyler Taylor is not far from cutting his list down and he already knows some of the schools that will make it. He reveals those and more here...

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Bo Jackson reflects on April 27, 2011 tornadoes ahead of Saturday's Bo Bikes Bama charity ride - AL.com


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Bo Jackson reflects on April 27, 2011 tornadoes ahead of Saturday's Bo Bikes Bama charity ride
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Celebrity participants include professional cyclist Lance Armstrong, Auburn Head Swimming Coach Brett Hawke, "Selma" actor Andre Holland, Auburn Athletics COO Eric Hyman, Auburn Director of Athletics Jay Jacobs, Auburn Head Football Coach Gus Malzahn ...
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W. Tennis. Auburn has four players selected to the All-SEC Team

After a historic regular season, Auburn women’s tennis had four athletes selected to the All-SEC team, the conference office announced Wednesday. This marks the third-straight year Auburn has had a player selected as First Team All-SEC.

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W. Basketball. Auburn women's hoops adds Clemson transfer Justice Wright

Justice Wright, a 6-4 post who started 17 games at Clemson during the 2015-16 season, has signed a financial aid agreement and will enroll at Auburn, women's basketball head coach Terri Williams-Flournoy announced Wednesday.

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Bo Jackson reflects on April 27, 2011 tornadoes ahead of Saturday's Bo Bikes Bama charity ride

Jackson started Bo Bikes Bama in honor of those killed during the April 27, 2011 tornadoes. Since then, the ride has attracted more than 2,000 cyclists from across the country and raised more than $957,000.

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Auburn's Gus Malzahn, Bo Jackson pairing up again on the golf course

They have combined to raise $150,000 in scholarship winnings.

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Shon Coleman ready to lead Auburn into NFL Draft

The Tigers' big offensive lineman knows all about the draft. He introduced the 14th overall selection at the 2014 draft in New York's Radio City Music Hall. This time, he'll hear his named called along with other Auburn hopefuls.

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Football. Shon Coleman ready to lead Auburn into NFL Draft

The Tigers' big offensive lineman knows all about the draft. He introduced the 14th overall selection at the 2014 draft in New York's Radio City Music Hall. This time, he'll hear his named called along with other Auburn hopefuls.

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Auburn Image: Jordan-Hare Stadium field, which looked pristine for spring game, destroyed after Kenny Chesney concert (ESPN)

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NFL Draft Preview: How Good Can Peyton Barber Be?

Peyton Barber left Auburn early to pursue his dream at playing in the NFL and to help his family financially. This we know. What we don’t know, though, is what type of player he will turn out to be. Auburn has a long history of running backs going to the NFL, and that list is […]

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Wednesday Football & Basketball Tiger Tidbits

Notes and news from Auburn football, basketball, baseball and softball are featured in Wednesday's edition of Tiger Tidbits.

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Auburn Baseball vs South Alabama Highlights


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Left guard Alex Kozan the leader of Auburn's offensive line

There may be no offensive player more locked in at his position in Auburn's starting lineup than Alex Kozan.

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Football. Hampshire Society honors three Auburn football players

The Hampshire Honor Society recognized former Auburn football players Jonathan Wallace, Tucker Tuberville and Duncan McKinney, who met the national award's criteria for academic and athletic contributions.

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Dye-Gest: Looking at the SEC QBs

Hall of Fame coach Pat Dye writes about quarterback play in the SEC for the 2016 football season.

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Mike MacIntyre believes Davis Webb will still transfer to Colorado (Dr. Saturday)



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AL.com All-Access: Who should follow Verne Lundquist on the SEC on CBS?

We won't have Uncle Verne to kick around forever. When he rides off into retirement, who should take his place behind the mike? One report says Brad Nessler's the guy.

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Hampshire Society honors three Auburn football players

The Hampshire Honor Society recognized former Auburn football players Jonathan Wallace, Tucker Tuberville and Duncan McKinney, who met the national award's criteria for academic and athletic contributions.

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Class of 2018 Lineman Hoping for AU Offer

A defensive line recruit talks about his visit to check out the Auburn Tigers.

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NFL Draft by the numbers: When will the Saints pick another Auburn player?

A collection of stats and facts, feats and streaks about NFL teams and SEC players in the NFL Draft.

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Auburn Football 2016 NFL Draft Tracker, Analysis and Results

The Auburn Tigers didn't have the kind of season they had hoped for in 2015, but they now have a handful of 2016 NFL draft prospects to show for it. Six Auburn Tigers are projected to get drafted this weekend, and that number could rise to seven if someone selects Cassanova McKinzy, who is projected as an undrafted free agent. 

While we celebrate the accomplishments and futures of these seven prospects, draft season is also a time to look forward to the replacements for this bunch. We will break down each NFL hopeful and also tell you a little bit about the next man up behind each of these players.

Note: This NFL draft tracker will be updated as the players are selected.

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Go Crazy Cadillac!

carnell-williams-2003-iron-bowl-c5c83a9db2fa229aWhen news came recently that former Auburn running back Carnell Williams had taken a job coaching at the University of West Georgia, my mind immediately went back to his time on The Plains. Affection-ally known by Auburn fans as “Cadillac,” Williams is one of the all time Auburn greats. I recall a conversation I had […]

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Baseball. Auburn baseball falls to No. 23 South Alabama, 8-5

Freshman Daniel Sprinkle pitched three scoreless relief innings and Damon Haecker hit his first homer of the season, but Auburn baseball fell to No. 23 South Alabama 8-5 on Tuesday at Plainsman Park.

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Auburn's Shon Coleman coming full circle for NFL Draft

The cancer survivor never gave up his dream of playing in the NFL

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Jaguars Take Control Early In 8-5 Win at AU

South Alabama picked up its 21st win of the baseball season with starting pitcher Randy Bell going the distance at Plainsman Park.

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W. Equestrian. Rolling Toomer's: Auburn's equestrian team does it again

New oak trees. Old oak trees. It doesn't matter to Auburn's equestrian team. The Tigers celebrated their most recent national championship Tuesday by rolling Toomer's Corner ― just as they did when they won the national title in 2013 the day before the old oaks were removed.

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Auburn Football Recruiting (April 24): Cause For Concern?

The Auburn football coaching staff continues to work hard on the recruiting front, attempting to put themselves and Auburn University into a good position with top 2017 talents. Still, a sizable portion of the Tigers’ fan-base is at least somewhat concerned about the perceived slow start to this recruiting cycle when it comes to quantity […]

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Auburn Equestrian Celebrates at Toomer's Corner


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This Week in Auburn Baseball

Playing the No. 23 South Alabama Jaguars (30-11) in Plainsman Park Tuesday evening isn’t going to be a breather or a break for Auburn, who fell to 18-22 overall and 5-13 in the SEC after being swept by No. 14 Ole Miss over the weekend. South Alabama defeated Alabama 8-2 and took two-of-three from Southern […]

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Swimming & Diving. Patching named Male Athlete of the Year at 2016 AUSPY Awards

Swimmer Joe Patching was voted Auburn’s Male Athlete of the Year at the 2016 AUSPY Awards on Monday night at Auburn Arena.

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The Opening Charlotte: Top 10 Defense

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Many of the big names on defense performed as expected at The Opening Charlotte. Find out who made Scout's Top 10 Defensive Performers are here...

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Tuesday Football & Basketball Tiger Tidbits

Auburn football, basketball, baseball and softball news and notes are featured in Tuesday's edition of Tiger Tidbits from Inside the Auburn Tigers/AUTigers.com

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Big 'Bama DL Jackson exploding this spring

MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- Few in the state of Alabama have had a bigger recruiting boost this spring than versatile defensive lineman Alec Jackson, who is taking his time with the process.

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2017 Alec Jackson, Jeff Davis HS In Action

Shots of big defensive lineman Alec Jackson and several talented teammates from Jeff Davis High in Montgomery are featured in this gallery.

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Auburn Football Field Destroyed By Kenny Chesney Concert



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2016 Auburn Basketball Senior Thank You


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Austin Golson takes over at left tackle on shuffled Auburn offensive line

For the second time in three years Auburn will be replacing an NFL left tackle.

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2016 Auburn Basketball Music Video


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Talented 2018 WR Enjoys Auburn Visit

Big-time junior wide receiver Brian Hightower talks Auburn, the coaching staff and more following his recent visit.

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