Even with all the hype surrounding Baylor transfer quarterback Jarrett Stidham and experts' praises, the Tigers landed just outside of the top 10 . . .
Standing at 6-foot-1, 210 pounds, Rogers said he's the second tallest defensive back for Auburn . . .
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What Igbinoghene has proven in his first fall at Auburn is that he's more than just a straight-line burner . . .
Hastings called the announcement in front of the rest of the team a "dream" scenario that has been on his mind for years while growing up in Little Rock, Arkansas . . .
With what sounds like was a successful scrimmage and fan day this weekend, the Tigers felt good vibes all throughout campus . . .
Is there anything Auburn, Georgia or Oregon can do to overtake Alabama for the top spot for JJ Peterson? . . .
Projected depth chart to open this week . . .
Now, along with Richard McBryde and a talented trio of true freshmen, they form arguably the deepest and strongest position group the Tigers have on defens . . .
Channing Tindall also lists Auburn, Florida and Florida State among his options . . .
Barring injury or a sudden inability to put a football through the uprights, Daniel Carlson will go down as one of the greatest kickers in college football history . . .
Quanderrius Robinson emergence into college football recruiting is far from not normal, given his lack of playing time and experience on the high school level . . .
Davis could be on the verge of a breakout season, especially in an offense that is expected to throw the ball a lot more under first-year offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey . . .
Hastings, though, always wanted to play at a big Division I school. So when Auburn offered him a chance to walk-on as an onside kick specialist, he jumped at the chance . . .
The Tigers will need the best from both Stidham and Lindsey in tackling a schedule that sees Auburn face the usual SEC West foes, a road trip to defending national champion Clemson and a late-season visit from Georgia . . .
During the few portions of practice that were open to the media during the spring and fall, when the team lined up on the goal line for stretch, Stidham could be seen making his way down the line of players headbutting each one of them . . .
"He's confident in what he's doing, he throws the ball well," receiver Eli Stove said. "I like a guy who can throw the deep ball with us . . .
"Anytime you go through fall camp and it's physical, you're going to have some nicks and stuff like that," Malzahn said. "But I'll tell you what it does, it also helps you develop depth . . .
Paul James III showed he can be a presence in the backfield on A-Day . . .
That's part of why Bell, who started 19 games at Florida State over the past two seasons, and Dunn, a two-time FCS All-American with the Gamecocks, ended up at Auburn as graduate transfers . . .
Offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey said Stidham was the "same guy" two days after earning the starting job . . .
"I don't want to sound cocky, but I think we can be the best group of receivers that Auburn has ever had, but in the SEC, too . . .
The list includes sophomore defensive end Marlon Davidson and junior defensive tackle Andrew Williams . . .
Every other scholarship player Auburn has at the position — Nate Craig-Myers, Kyle Davis, Noah Igbinoghene, Marquis McClain and Eli Stove — is a true sophomore or younge . . .
Tickets can be purchased online at AUBTIX.com or by calling the Auburn Athletics ticket office at (855) 282-2010 . . .
Between 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., for one day only, a $20 ticket will be available for Auburn football's season opener against Georgia Southern on Sept. 2 . . .
Auburn football fan day 2017 information - Time: Saturday, 3:30-5:30 p.m. CT . . .
On Monday, Auburn is offering tickets for $20 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT for the Sept. 2 game with Georgia Southern . . .
Auburn holds its annual Auburn Fan Day. Fans will get the chance to meet the 2017 Auburn Football players and coaches . . .
A defensive tackle's impact on a team can't always be quantified with numbers. That rings especially true with Russell . . .
Podcast: Hill is the second receiver in Auburn's signing class for 2018 . . .
A position-by-position overview of commitments . . .
With new offensive coordinator Chip Lindsey making decisions, tight ends and H-backs should be more involved in the Tigers offense than they have in a long time . . .
Clemson hosts Auburn in non-conference play in Week 2, which is a huge barometer test for the new starters . . .
Auburn has awarded scholarships to to six walk-on players . . .
Auburn hasn't determined which running back will be the next man up behind juniors Kamryn Pettway and Kerryon Johnson . . .
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