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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 01-02-21 - Entering 2021 NFL Draft...2020: NAC...(+) Coming off Aug 2019 Hand INJ

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  01/02/21 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  Auburn receiver Anthony Schwartz plans to skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft. Schwartz announced his plans Saturday on social media. He had already opted out of the Tigers' Citrus Bowl game against Northwestern. Schwartz caught a team-best 54 passes this season. He finished with 636 yards and three touchdowns. Schwartz had 117 catches for 1,433 yards and six touchdowns in three seasons at Auburn. The 6-foot, 179-pounder also had competed on the track team before opting to focus on football. Schwartz was the Gatorade national boys' track and field athlete of the year in 2018. He set a world youth record with a 10.15-seconds 100 meters in the 2017 Florida Relays. - AP College Football

(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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  12/31/20 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  Wide receiver Anthony Schwartz and running back Mark-Anthony Richards will not be available for the Citrus Bowl. Beyond that, it's been "touch and go" as Auburn figures out who will be able to play Friday, Auburn defensive coordinator and interim coach Kevin Steele said. After Schwartz didn't participate in the first three bowl practices, he was expected to opt out. Safety Jamien Sherwood and nickleback Christian Tutt were also expected to opt out, although Steele implied Sherwood's decision was made because of an injury. Tutt was also recently injured. All three are upperclassmen and eligible for the NFL draft. - Birmingham News

(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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  11/25/20 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  Seth Williams doesn't think he's ever been as wide open as Anthony Schwartz was on that 54-yard touchdown catch. When he was first asked about it, Williams immediately shook his head 'no' emphatically. After further consideration the Auburn wide receiver said he might have been that open once - but never on that deep of a throw. Schwartz has now done it twice in two games. The catch, which was made in the second quarter against Tennessee, sparked the offense, but it wasn't actually the original play call. Tennessee made a mistake, and Schwartz took advantage. Williams wasn't quite sure what Tennessee was doing on that play.

"Like, they - just to leave him open like that?" Williams said. "I don't know what they was thinking. I don't know what they was thinking with that one." Schwartz, who is Auburn's second-leading receiver behind Williams, has already proved just how dangerous he can be if defensive backs give him even an inch. "You got to keep the top on the coverage at all times because he liable to burn you deep at any moment," Williams said. - Birmingham News


(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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  09/05/20 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  Anthony Schwartz anticipated coming to a crossroads in 2020 and having to potentially decide whether to pursue a career in track or remain focused on football. It was a moment he braced for after Auburn's season came to an end on Jan. 1 in the Outback Bowl, as his focus shifted to spring track season with the expectation that he wouldn't participate in spring football. Those plans were thrown out the window as the COVID-19 pandemic saw spring competition halted in March, and Schwartz's decision was seemingly made for him - at least for now. "When everything got canceled, that kind of just put my mind towards football, trying to improve on football," Schwartz said Friday. "Being able to hone in on my craft, I feel like football is the way for me. I feel like I'm locked in 100 percent on football right now and that's how I'm looking toward the future."

Schwartz has long been a world-class sprinter with Olympic aspirations. He was the 2018 Gatorade National Boys Track and Field Athlete of the Year coming out of high school, and he competed in the IAAF under-20 world championships in Finland before he arrived at Auburn that same year, winning silver in the 100-meter dash and taking home gold as part of Team USA's 4x100 relay team. At American Heritage High in Plantation, Fla., Schwartz also set the world youth record in the 100, running a wind-legal 10.15 at the 2017 Florida Relays, and he won the Florida Class 2A state title in the 100 and 200, clocking in at 10.07 and 20.41 seconds, respectively. - Birmingham News


(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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  08/07/19 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  Auburn coach Gus Malzahn isn't ruling out Anthony Schwartz playing in the opener against Oregon after the wide receiver underwent hand surgery. Malzahn says Schwartz had the procedure on Monday. He didn't have a timetable for his return but says he's "not going to say yes or no" on whether the sophomore will miss a game. The Tigers and Oregon open Aug. 31 in Arlington, Texas. Schwartz, who missed spring practice while running for the track team, was a versatile threat for the Tigers as a freshman. He ran for 211 yards and five touchdowns and added 357 yards and a pair of scores receiving. - AP College Football

(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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  08/06/19 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  Auburn wide receiver Anthony Schwartz successfully underwent surgery to repair a broken bone in his hand on Monday, a source confirmed to AL.com. Schwartz injured his hand during a blocking drill in practice on Sunday, which was the Tigers' third practice of fall camp and the first day in shells.

The source did not know an estimated timeline for Schwartz's return. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn is expected to address Schwartz's status after Tuesday's practice, when he is scheduled to meet with the local media in the evening. Schwartz sent out a tweet on Monday afternoon thanking fans for their "thoughts and prayers." - Birmingham News


(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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  08/05/19 - WR *Anthony SchwartzJr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 179 (DS#18 WR) + More +

  An explosive wide receiving corps that had just finally gotten healthy this fall is now dealing with another injury to a key player. Sophomore Anthony Schwartz suffered a hand injury during Sunday's practice, his mother, Jill Schwartz, confirmed to the Montgomery Advertiser. He will visit a doctor Monday to determine the severity of the injury and figure out next steps.

Brandon Marcello of 247Sports was the first to report the news of the injury. He also reports that Schwartz will, in fact, need surgery to repair a broken bone in his hand. Schwartz, a four-star signee out of Pembroke Pines, Florida, in the 2018 class, shined for the Tigers as a true freshman last season, using his elite speed to turn 22 catches into 357 yards and 27 carries into 211 more. He scored two receiving touchdowns and five on the ground. - Montgomery Advertiser


(DS#18 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Anthony SchwartzAuburn
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