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The Latest Buzz : (6/11/99) All signees are qualified at this point except: DL Ryan Bushey, OL Monreko Crittendon, DB Roshard Gilyard, WR DeAndre Green and DE Frank Walker. The absolute LAST CHANCE for ACT/SAT scores comes July 5th and July 12th, with the scores becoming known about 1 month later. Bushey has his test score and is waiting on the final word on his GPA (should be OK), Crittendon has GPA but doesn't have test score yet (could possibly become a partial qualifier). Gilyard, Green and Walker are several points short in their test scores, and none of them could become partial qualifiers because their GPAs are too low. Its not currently known what they will do if they don't qualify. They may go JUCO, to Prep School or sit out while trying to raise their test scores.

DeAndre Green must have an 18 on his ACT to qualify. His best score so far is a 16. His last chance at the test will be June 12th. If he doesn't make it, he would not be eligible to be a partial qualifier as his GPA is not high enough. He has said that he would go to a Junior College rather than a prep school and is looking at SW Mississippi CC and NW Mississippi CC. He is working overtime with tutors to try to raise his test score. He set the state record with 59 career TD receptions. He is considered the prize catch of the AU recruiting class this past year.

Alton Moore (DE 6-6 245 4.7) originally signed with Auburn in 1998 but didn't qualify. He had 15 sacks, 61 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, 2 blocked kicks and 4 caused fumbles as a freshman. He was originally placed at SW Mississippi Community College by Joe Whitt. All indications point to him re-signing with Auburn and maybe signing in January.

(4/24/99) QB signee Allen Tillman has qualified academically by passing his ACT. This is great news and will add to the competition level of the QB position heading into the fall. Tillman, who is strikingly similar to Dameyune Craig, will now be able to compete for the starting QB position along with Gabe Gross and Ben Leard. To keep up with Auburn updates , click here on Tigerpath's AUBURN NEWS

(2/23/99) This is something you will want to read. This shows the average AP Poll ranking vs. Recruiting ranking for the best teams in the 90's. Some teams recruit better than they play on the field and some teams like Auburn play better on the field than their recruiting ranking. Check it out: Click HERE! I will be updating Academic status of our recruits as the information comes in. Keep in mind that these kids won't graduate til June, but a lot of them will be taking the ACT again in March, so check back for qualification updates.

(2/12/99) This is a must read article for all of you, but especially for those of you that may think AU's recruiting class was average. Click HERE to read the article!

(2/3/99) Tigerpath SEC Recruiting Rankings: After reviewing each school's commitments, the number of impact recruits and the overall need met, this is how I see the the rankings in the SEC for Recuiting ..... 1. Georgia ... 2. Alabama ... 3. LSU ... 4. Florida ... 5. (tie) Auburn & Tennessee... 7. Mississippi State ... 8. Arkansas ... 9. South Carolina ... 10. Kentucky ... 11. Ole Miss ... 12. Vanderbilt. Alabama had a great year in recruiting, but they also have at least 8 or 9 that will not qualify, so depending on exactly how many don't qualify, Bama could be rated 3rd and LSU would be 2nd. I give the edge to Auburn over Tennessee, although it is a close edge. I think Auburn had more "needs" than Tennessee, and I think we did an excellent job of filling those needs, so that's what gave AU the edge, but really AU and UT are considered a tie. Georgia had another great year of recruiting, and they needed it, because they also had some holes to fill. Arkansas was a little disappointing, after having such a great football season this past year. What can you say about Vanderbilt? When it comes to anything football related, the Dores seem to always finish last. No offense to any Vandy fans out there! By the way, I have DeAndre Green rated a 4+ Paw, because when I originally rated him, I took into account his academic status of not being qualified. He will take the ACT again in February, and if he gets a 17, I will rate him a 5 Paw. From an athletic stand point, he is a 5 Paw, but I used factors like academic status, Injuries, size, speed, strength and future competition at AU at that position into account in all my ratings. Robert Johnson is rated a 5 Paw, and scored a 15 on his ACT, but I felt like Johnson could come into the TE position and make an immediate impact, because the competition at that position may be less than at WR. It's all based on opinion, and i'm sure each recruiting site has different opinions and ratings. This just happens to be my opinion. Thanks for reading and War Eagle!!!

1999 Auburn Commitments : (28)

Ryan Bushey / + / Manchester, Ct. (Milford prep) / DE / 6-5 / 252 / 4.7 / Two year starter at Manchester HS, and then transferred to Milford his Senior season. He had 100 tackles and 9 sacks as a Senior, and had 80 solo tackles as a Junior. Two time All-Conference player at Manchester HS and was All-State as a Senior before playing one season of prep school football. He is expected to grow to 275 - 280 pounds, but he has great foot work. Bushey could play LB too, but AU is recruiting him as a DE. He was recruited by Va. Tech and Ole Miss amoung others. On track to qualify with a 2.4 GPA and a 900 SAT

Clay Cleveland / / Daphne, Al. (Daphne HS) / DE-OLB / 6-4 / 240 / 4.7 / Clay also played TE in HS and had 17 catches for 290 yards and 2 TD's. He had 5 sacks on defense. He has great quickness and closing speed. He bench presses 400 pounds, and wants to play DE. Has potential to get much bigger. His AU host was LB Whit Smith. Clay was recruited by UA, GT, GA, TN, FSU and UK. Qualified academically

Monreko Crittenden / + / Montgomery, Al. (St. Jude HS) / DL / 6-6 / 315 / 5.1 / Played both Offensive and Defensive Tackle in HS. He graded better than 90% on his blocking as a Senior and had 78 tackles and 5 sacks as a Defensive Lineman. His Junior year, he had 125 tackles and 6 sacks on defense and had 38 "pancake" blocks on offense. A three year starter, and he really stood out at an AU camp this past summer. He has extremely quick feet and has great athletic ability. He will most likely play DL at AU. Recruited by SC, MSU, So. Miss., Duke and about a dozen other schools. Qualification is a ??? did have a 2.84 GPA at the beginning of his Senior year, but had not taken the ACT

Ronney Daniels / / Lake Wales, Fla. / WR / 6-2 / 210 / 4.49 / Will have 4 years of eligibility at AU. Two time all-state in Football & Baseball. Played three seasons professionally in the Minor League system of the Montreal Expos. All-state as a WR & LB. Scored 27 td's as a Senior and made 140 tackles as a LB. Parade All-American and was MVP in the Georgia vs. Florida All-Star game. Expected to be a WR at Auburn. Originally signed with FSU in 1995. Currently enrolled

Phillip Gargis / / Birmingham, AL. (Homewood HS) / QB / 6-1 / 185 / 4.5 / Son of Auburn great Phillip Gargis Sr. who played QB for Auburn. As a Junior at Homewood, Gargis passed for 1,179 yards and 11 td's, and rushed for 385 yards. Gargis may be switched to WR or DB at Auburn. Birmingham News 6A All State Team. Qualified academically

Roshard Gilyard / / Jacksonville, Fla. (Ed White HS) / FS-CB / 5-11 / 195 / 4.45 / Played QB and Safety in HS. As an option QB, Gilyard rushed for more than 800 yards and 14 TD's. As a Safety, Gilyard had 40 tackles, 2 INT's and forced 2 fumbles. All-City QB and averaged more than 11 yards per carry, but he was All-State on defense. Gilyard ran a 10.6 in the 100 meters. He is a big hitter. Recruited by UA, Miami, NC, Nebraska, Oklahoma, UF and others. Qualified Academically

Steve Goula / + / Mobile, AL. (McGill-Toolen HS) / OL / 6-7 / 285 / 5.1 / Goula is a big, strong kid. Bench presses 340+. Recruited by Duke and FSU. Might be a surprise, long arms, good balance, good with run and pass blocking. Listed as 7th best Strongside Offensive Tackle by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 Bluechips Qualified academically

DeAndre Green / + / Pritchard, AL. (Blount HS) / WR / 6-2 / 210 / 4.45 / Green is considered the top WR prospect in the state heading into his Senior season and is one of the top Receivers in the nation. He caught 79 passes for 1,094 yards and 23 touchdowns his Junior year. As a Senior, he caught 59 passes for 1,179 yards and 20 TD's. In his career, Green has caught 210 passes for almost 3,000 yards and 43 touchdowns. He led Blount HS to 3 straight State Titles and he was named MVP of this year's State championship game, as he caught 10 passes for 218 yards and 2 TD's to lead his team to the state title. #4 on the pre-season Birmingham News list of "Super Seniors". Impact player and highly recruited. Bench presses 350 pounds. Listed as 8th best Flanker by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 Bluechips. Birmingham News Super All State Team and 5A All State Team. Recruited by TN, UF, UA, MSU and GT. 2.4 GPA (needs 2.5) and scored a 16 and a 15 on ACT, will take it again in Feb.

Detronn Harris / / Atlanta, Ga. (Westlake HS) / WR / 6-2 / 180 / 4.4 / A 4 year starter in a conservative Wing-T offense. His Junior year, he had 55 catches for 828 yards and 7 TD's. He also rushed for 700 yards and 8 TD's and had 919 yards and 8 TD's on kickoff and punt returns. He was double teamed a lot his Senior year, but still managed 33 catches for 562 yards and 4 TD's. He also rushed 18 times for 411 yards and 2 TD's, and had 5 TD's on punt returns and 3 TD's on kickoff returns, his Senior year. Detronn also started at Cornerback and had 5 INT's. Detronn also wrestles and runs track for Westlake HS. As a wrestler, he had a 26-6 record in the 171 pound weight class. In track, He ran a 10.5 in the 100 meters on his way to winning the regional championship. He also had a personal best 21.5 in the 200 meters and runs the anchor leg on the 4x100 relay, and the first leg of the 4x400 team. His AU host was Joe Whitt Jr. and he was recruited by AU assistant Terry Price. He chose AU over Arkansas, Louisville, GA, UF and UK. Has a 2.7 GPA, but is awaiting his ACT score. He will take the ACT again in March, if he doesn't get a 17

Brandon Johnson / + / Bayou La Batre, Al. (Alma Bryant HS) / FB-LB / 6-0 / 220 / 4.55 / Brandon could play FB or LB. AU was hoping to sign one good Fullback, and it looks like we got one. Johnson was hosted by DL Josh Weldon, while visiting the AU campus. Johnson is a big time hitter. First team 6A All-State RB who rushed for 1,335 yards at 6.5 yards per carry, as he led his team to a 12-1 record. He also had 66 tackles at LB in 6 games. Mobile area Offensive Player of the Year. Brandon was recruited by UF, UK and UA. Will take the ACT again to qualify

Robert Johnson / / Montgomery, AL. (Jeff Davis) / TE / 6-5 / 255 / 4.7 / Johnson is considered the top TE prospect in the south entering his Senior season and one of the top prospects in the South. He caught 35 passes for 400 yards his Junior year. Great hands, athletic ability and is a tremendous run blocker. Also plays Basketball for Jeff Davis. #7 on the pre-season Birmingham News list of "Super Seniors". Has all the tools, runs like a gazelle. Recruited by Alabama, Georgia, Georgia Tech and Kentucky. Listed as 7th best TE by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 Bluechips. Has a good GPA (2.7), but scored a 15 on first ACT

Jeris McIntyre / / Tampa, Fla. (Catholic High) / WR / 6-1 / 200 / 4.45 / Jeris has been clocked at 4.4 before, so he is a very speedy receiver. As a Senior, he caught 74 passes for 1,269 yards and 21 TD's. Three year starter, and also plays center field in baseball. He is the son of former AU great Secdrick McIntyre(RB), who led AU in rushing in 1973-74. All-State receiver who made the Bay area All-Star teams as a receiver and was three time All-County selection. Jeris also played DB in passing situations and had 2 INT's as a Senior. Most likely will remain at WR at AU. He chose AU over Miami, and was recruited by over a dozen other schools. Qualified academically

DeMarco McNeil / / Mobile, Al. (Blount HS) / DL-NG / 6-2 / 295 / 4.9 / Alabama's Mr. Football. In HS, McNeil was constantly double and triple teamed, and still managed to get 129 tackles and 16 sacks. As a Junior, he had 132 tackles and 23 sacks. He led his HS to 3 straight state titles. He had 12 tackles and 3 sacks in the state title game and was voted MVP in that game. A two time First Team All-State performer. Recruited by GA, UF, GT, UT and UA. DeMarco wants to be an Engineer, so his top two choices were AU and GT. He is a very smart player and a fierce competitor. A super dominating type of player. Qualified Academically

Casinious Moore / / Anniston, Al. (Anniston) / RB / 6-1 / 190 / 4.4 / Moore rushed for 4,168 yards and 48 TD's in his HS career. He rushed for 1,932 yards and 20 TD's his Junior year, and missed 3 games his Senior year but still managed over 1,400 yards and 14 TD's. This guy averaged over 11 yards a carry over a 3 year period. Grew up an Auburn fan, and along with Michael Owens, AU has landed the #1 and #2 RB's in the state. Recruited by AU assistant coach Terry Price. Will easily qualify with a 3.2 GPA and a 18 on the ACT. Could be a good one. A tough RB. Recruited by GA, TN, Clemson, Ole Miss, Arkansas and almost every other school in the SEC. Listed as the 18th best RB by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 bluechips. Qualified academically

Dexter Murphy / / LaGrange, Ga. / DL / 6-2 / 240 / 4.9 / Three year starter at Offensive Guard and a two year starter on the Defensive Line for the Georgia powerhouse that posted a 29-5 record over the last 3 years. LaGrange HS is the same school that produced Jason Bray of Auburn. Dexter has been recruited by Tuberville since the Ole Miss days, and he is a player that Bill Oliver really liked as well. Murphy won All-Region honors on both Defense and Offense his Senior year as he had 91 tackles, including 13 for loss and 5 sacks. He was second team All-Region as a Junior. Murphy chose Auburn over Maryland and Clemson. Both Murphy and Dontarrius Thomas were recruited by Auburn's new Offensive Line coach Hugh Nall. Qualified academically

Michael Owens / + / Tuscumbia, AL. (Deshler) / RB / 5-10 / 210 / 4.45 / This kid is one to watch. He may not be as fast as listed, but some feel he belongs in the super category. MVP of the 4A championship game as he led Deshler to a 14-1 record and a state title. In the title game, Owens had 16 carries for 174 yards, 2 TD's and also had 2 catches for 54 yards and a TD. On the year, Owens had 2,126 yards rushing with 29 TD's, and had 5 receiving TD's and one kickoff return TD. As a Junior, he had more than 1,800 yards rushing and 24 scores. Owens had over 4,400 yards and 70 TD's in his career at Dreshler. He also played basketball and averaged 12.2 points a game as a Junior. The 4A back of the year and is also listed as the 8th best I-formation TailBack by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 Bluechips. Birmingham News State Player of the Year, Super All State Team and 4A All State Team. Was recruited by FSU, UA & GA. Listed as the 7th best I-formation TB by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie Top 300 Bluechips. Qualified academically

Don Page / / Foley, Al. (Foley HS) / LB / 6-3 / 230 / 4.6 / Will have 4 years of eligibility at AU. Page went back to HS to meet his academic requirements. Page had 50 tackles, including 15 for loss, after 7 games this season. He also had 400 yards rushing and 5 TD's with 2 more receiving. Last Year's comments: Great quickness. Strong. Good leader. Can be tremendous pass rusher. May be state's best defensive prospect. Currently enrolled

Phillip Pate / + / Birmingham, AL. (Erwin HS) / DB / 6-2 / 185 / 4.6 / The younger brother of Auburn's Rob Pate. He had 114 tackles, 91 solo and 23 assists, and 6 interceptions (1 for a touchdown) while playing Safety at Erwin HS. His Senior year he had 110 tackles, 69 solo and 41 assists, and 1 interception as most teams quit throwing his way. Considered to be one of the state's best open field tacklers. He was recruited by Alabama, Mississippi and Vanderbilt. Likely a redshirt. Listed as 5th best Strong Safety by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 Bluechips Qualified academically

Mark Pera / + / Memphis, Tn. (University School) / OL / 6-6 / 290 / 5.1 / As a Senior, he graded out at 92%+ on his blocking and in limited action on defense. He had 32 tackles and 5 sacks on defense. Pera is very smart, with a 26 on his ACT, 1440 SAT and a 3.5 GPA. Pera will easily qualify. He is an excellent pass blocker. Great balance and quick feet. He bench presses 320 pounds and squats 560 pounds. Pera chose AU over Northwestern, Arkansas, Notre Dame and Ole Miss. Quaified academically

Travaris Robinson / / Miami, Fla. (Coral Park HS) / WR / 5-11 / 170 / 4.4 / I will be really glad to see AU sign Travaris. This kid has great potential. He had 50 catches for 875 yards and 12 TD's as a Senior. He also made 20 tackles and 1 INT and 1 sack as a CB. He had more than 100 receptions and 13 INT's as a three year starter at Coral Park. He could cover with the best of them as a CB, but he wants to play WR at AU. He is very agile and athletic. Recruited by Nebraska, VT, WVA, Miami as well as, dozens of other schools. Qualified Academically

Ronald Samuel / + / Columbus, Ga. (Hardaway HS) / OL / 6-3 / 260 / 5.0 / First team All-State as a Senior, and All Bi-City and All-Area honors. Named the All-Area OL of the year. He was also a standout for his basketball team, and he can dunk a basketball off of one step. Samuel has a 29" vertical leap, and is very quick footed. He starts at Center for Hardaway HS and is known for his "big time" slam dunks. Constantly graded between 88% and 92% on his blocking. Bench presses 330, squats 450 and lifts 250 in the power clean. Most likely will be red-shirted. Recruited by GT, GA, UF, FSU and SC. Should easily qualify

Stanford Simmons / / Ashland, Al. (Clay Co. HS) / DB / 6-3 / 192 / 4.4 / Will have 4 years of eligibility at AU. Well, it looks like the 3rd time was a charm for Simmons. Stanford was signed by AU the past two years but he kept missing the ACT score by one point, so he attended the Hargraves Military Academy in Virginia and made his qualifying score. He also had 12 interceptions while playing for Hargraves. Simmons was a Parade All American in HS at Clay Co. This guy was highly recruited and is an exceptional athlete. May play both ways at AU. Original comments : Quite possibly the top pure athlete in Alabama. Could be used on Offense or Defense and on special teams. Recruited by FSU, Florida, Tennessee, Alabama, Auburn and Notre Dame. Currently enrolled

Dontarrius Thomas / / Perry, Ga. / LB / 6-2 / 190 / 4.5 / Tuberville visited Thomas today (12/15) to get a verbal commitment from him, and he did exactly that. I have heard that this guy is a real steal. Rodney Garner passed him up, but apparently Tuberville feels he has a lot of potential. His High School Coach said he has the frame to put on at least 25 more pounds. Thomas had 78 tackles and 6 interceptions as a Safety and played everywhere for Perry. He may play WR or DB at AU due to his size. He chose Auburn over NC State. Qualified academically

Allen Tillman / + / Newton, Ms. (Newton HS) / QB / 6-2 / 195 / 4.45 / Tillman passed for more than 1,600 yards, 16 TD's and only 6 INT's as a Senior. He had 1,240 yards passing as a Junior, and split QB duties as a Sophomore. His HS team ran the power-I running game before Tillman came, but his HS changed the offense his Junior year to take advantage of Tillman's abilities. He also rushed for 618 yards and had 10 TD's on 54 carries as a Senior. Allen has a strong arm and is a dangerous scrambler. Great passer out of the pocket. It's no surprise that Tillman's favorite QB is Dameyune Craig. Tillman is an All-State performer and is considered the top QB prospect in Mississippi. Bench presses 260 and squats 385. This guy has great potential, and may be our starting QB by his Sophomore year. One of Tuberville's favorites. Tuberville has been recruiting him since way back in the Ole Miss days. Has not qualified yet, has a 2.5 GPA and a 16 on the ACT

Reggie Torbor / / Baton Rouge, La. (Lee HS) / RB-LB / 6-2 / 225 / 4.6 / Torbor rushed for 2,813 yards and 28 TD's in the last 2 years. He had 1,563 yards and 15 TD's his Junior year. He also had 84 tackles and 4 sacks as a linebacker. All-District at 2 positions. Don't be surprised to see Torbor play LB at AU. Torbor can bench 255 lbs and squat 485 pounds. A 4 year starter and has earned a reputation as a bruising power back. His AU host was OLB Marcus Washington. He should qualify academically. Torbor is a big time power back that can get the inside yardage. Recruited by Texas A&M, USM, MSU, ND, GA, Mich St and UK. Listed as the 7th best FB by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie Top 300 Bluechips. On track to qualify

Randy Vickers / + / Athens, AL. (Athens HS) / RB-DB / 6-1 / 200 / 4.5 / As a Junior DB, Randy had 57 tackles and 5 interceptions (2 for touchdowns). Randy also had 1,184 yards rushing on 153 carries and 16 touchdowns as a Tailback. Helped lead Athens to a 10-1 record. Very athletic, great speed and a 35 inch verticle leap. May play Safety at Auburn. Recruited by Georgia Tech and So. Miss. A real hitter. Listed as 8th best Free Safety by Max Emfinger's Super Dixie top 300 Bluechips. Birmingham News 5A All State Team. "B" average, will take ACT again - made 16 on first attempt

Frank Walker / / Columbus, Ga. (Hardaway HS) / DE-OLB / 6-3 / 220 / 4.7 / Great athlete who bench presses 300, squats 390 and power cleans 250. A three year starter who has played 5 different positions in HS, including DE, OLB, WR, TE and even returned kicks. As a Senior he had 21 catches for 359 yards and 5 TD's and on defense, he had 80 tackles, 5 sacks, 5 passes batted down and a fumble recovery. He is a very athletic "everything man" or "utility man". Could have a great college career, but needs to gain about 15-20 pounds. Could play either DE or OLB, but most likely will play at OLB. He was also a starter on the Hardaway basketball team. Borderline grade-wise, but most likely will be JUCO or Prep School bound

Marcel Willis / / Jacksonville, Fla. (Sandalwood HS) / WR / 6-2 / 175 / 4.45 / Member of the Florida Times Union Super 24. Willis had 26 catches for 520 yards and 10 TD's this year. 10 of his 26 catches last year were for TD's. The starting QB was injured for most of his Senior season, and so Willis didn't have as many catches as he did his Junior year. He had over 1,000 yards receiving his Junior year. Willis has great hands, and he is very smart. His AU host was Cencade Pennington. Recruited by Miami, GA, MSU, Ole Miss, Maryland & Duke. A 2-1/2 year starter. Should easily qualify

Last Updated : 2/3/99

Tiger Teasers!!!
Almost Orange & Blue! These recruits are so close to becoming Tigers that they can almost taste those delicious Jordan-Hare hot dogs! At this time, these prospects will more than likely end up at Auburn! Click on the "1999 Auburn Recruiting Prospects" link for other AU leans.

QB     Allen Tillman       6-2/180/4.5/Newton, Ms.      AU Commit
RB     Casinious Moore     6-0/195/4.5/Anniston, Al.    AU Commit
FB     Brandon Johnson     6-1/210/4.5/Bayou LaBatre,Al AU Commit
ATH    Torrie Cox          5-9/170/4.4/Miami, Fla.      AU leads WVA,Pitt
WR     Kennis Kennedy      6-2/170/4.4/Atlanta, Ga.     AU Lock?
WR     Jeris McIntyre      6-0/195/4.45/Tampa, Fla.     AU Commit
WR     Clinton "CJ" Jones  6-1/170/4.5/Lantana, Fla.    AU leads SC
OL     Oliver McCord       6-5/260/5.0/Trenton, Ga.     AU leads 
OL    Mondrenko Crittendon 6-5/295/5.1/Montgomery, Al.  AU Commit
OL     Daniel Green        6-3/250/5.0/Verbena, Al.     AU lean
OL     Mark Pera           6-6/290/5.0/Memphis, Tn.     AU Commit
DE/OLB Clay Cleveland      6-4/240/4.7/Daphne, Al.      AU Commit
DE     Ryan Bushy          6-5/252/4.65/Manchester, Ct. AU Commit
DL     DeMarco McNeil      6-1/300/4.9/Blount, Al.      AU Commit
DB     Stanford Simmons    6-2/195/4.5/Ashland, Al.     AU Commit
DB     Robert Evans        6-0/180/4.5/Birmingham,Al.   AU's to lose
CB     Antoine Hill        5-10/165/4.5/Prichard, Al.   AU leads TN,Lou

Using the Tigerpath rating system, How would you rate this year's recruiting class?

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1999 Auburn Recruiting Prospects!!!

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5 Paw History - 1986-1998

The Five Paw System : All player ratings are based on research of each player and what I feel their role will be at Auburn. I use many Recruiting sources, some of which are listed on my "Recruiting Links" page. Other sources are inside sources not listed.

= May start as freshmen. Strong bet to play pro ball and win All-American honors. An immediate impact player.
+ = Basically a 5 paw player with same abilities but maybe his size, speed or injuries are a mild concern. These players still should be considered impact players.
= A player who may start as a sophomore and contribute greatly as a true freshman. Good chance at pro ball and college stardom.
+ = A player who may start as a junior and can be expected to contribute as a sophomore. Most likely to be redshirted or could be a strong JUCO transfer.
= Will most likely be a 3 year player who either starts or is a solid backup, or a JUCO transfer.
= A sleeper or project player who is expected to contribute later in college career.

Recruiting Summary
By Position & State :

Quarterback         2               Alabama         14

Running Back       4               Florida             5

Wide Receiver      6               Georgia           5

Offensive Line      3               Mississippi       1

Tight End             1               Louisiana         1

DL / DE                5               Tennessee        1

Linebacker           3               JUCO                0

DB / Safety          4               Connecticutt     1

Kicker / Punter    0

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