Monday, September 21, 2009

Recruiting Wrap Up

  • Auburn impressed just about every recruit who visited this weekend. The game and the fans were huge.
  • Bradley Roby was unable to make the trip this weekend. He says he is firm to Vanderbilt at the moment but plans to visit Auburn.
  • Dquan Menzie also could not make it this weekend but plans to visit before the season is over.
  • Auburn Undercover is reporting that Auburn is the leader for Eric Mack. Even though he is committed to USC, I could see that changing in the near future.
  • Michael Dyer seems ready to publicly commit to Auburn. He says he will make an announcement before one of his games at his school in the next couple of weeks.
  • Vic Beasley says his mom was very impressed by Auburn and their coaches. He describes himself as a very soft verbal to Clemson and will take an official visit to Auburn. Other schools he is still considering include Tennessee and Florida State.
  • Not a ton of feedback from Trovon Reed but he seemed impressed by the passing offense. He said Auburn looked like Florida on offense. It will be an Auburn-LSU battle for the number 6 receiver in the nation and he plans to take an official visit for the Iron Bowl.
  • No word yet coming out on Jeffrey Whitaker or Mike Thornton. When something does, I will post it.

4 comments:

  1. I'm really hoping we see Mack change his choice soon. The two DT recruits would be nice as well. The new staff can really help their case by building some strong lines on both sides of the ball. The running backs and receivers are nice, but it all starts with the lines.

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  2. I'm somewhat surprised and puzzled at this point in the season to see so many of the "impressed ones" holding out on their commits. We could really get this ball rolling if one or two of these highly impressed kids would go ahead and commit.

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  3. It looks like Dyer is set on AU, he just needs to make it official. He may be the one to get it rolling.

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  4. Dyer is a lock for us, I am more worried about getting Mack though. You are correct funk, it all starts with the line and Mack would be a huge addition to ours.

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