Over 20 recruits visiting Auburn for A-Day

Friday, April 6, 2018

Over 20 recruits visiting Auburn for A-Day

Auburn will have 24 recruits visiting for A-Day, including 13 2019 prospects.

Of those prospects in the next recruiting cycle, six are rated as 4-star recruits in the 247Sports Composite, five are in-state and five are from Georgia, while two are from Mississippi and one is from Texas.

There are nine 2020 prospects, including Auburn commit Andy Boykin, visiting the Plains and two 2021 players as well.

2019 recruits visiting (listed alphabetically with star rating if available):

Marcus Banks, 4-star cornerback from Dekany (Houston, Texas)

Aaron Beasley, 3-star safety from Heard County, Ga.

Trikweze Bridges, 4-star safety from Lannett

Derrian Brown, 4-star running back from Buford, Ga.

Curtis Fann, 4-star weakside defensive end from Emanuel County Institute (Twin City, Ga.)

Jamin Graham, 3-star weakside defensive end from Etowah

Derick Hall, 4-star outside linebacker from Gulfport, Miss.

Raydarious Jones, 3-star dual-threat quarterback from Horn Lake, Miss.

Derrick McLendon, 4-star weakside defensive end from Tucker, Ga.

Peter Parrish, 3-star dual-threat quarterback from Central Phenix City

Ray Thornton, 3-star safety from Central Phenix City

Colby Wooden, 3-star strongside defensive end from Archer (Lawrenceville, Ga.)

Jamontez Woods, running back Gadsden City

2020 recruits visiting (listed alphabetically):

Sergio Allen, 2020 linebacker from Peach County, Ga.

Andy Boykin, 2020 strongside defensive end from Troup County, Ga., Auburn commit

Kobe Hudson, 2020 wide receiver from Troup County, Ga.

Jeremiah Johnson, 2020 Tight end/wide receiver

Jayson Jones, 2020 defensive tackle from Calera

JoQuavious Marks, 2020 running back from Carver Atlanta

Quandarrius Robinson, 2020 outside linebacker from Jackson-Olin

Bryn Tucker, 2020 offensive tackle from Knoxville Catholic (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Eddie Williams, 2020 wide receiver from Central Phenix City

2021 recruits visitings (listed alphabetically):

Terrance Ferguson, 2021 offensive tackle Peach County, Ga.

Julian Nixon, 2021 wide receiver from Centennial (Roswell, Ga.)

James Crepea is an Auburn beat reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @JamesCrepea.

from Auburn Sports Impact

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