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Name: Bo Nix 
College: Auburn     Number: 10
Height: 6-2   Weight: 207
Position: QB  Pos2:
Class/Draft Year: So/2023

40 Low: 4.57
   40 Time: 4.67
  40 High: 4.76
Projected Round:   Stock:    



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 Data Scout Notes: 2020: PManning/PMaxwell/POBrien...2019: ROYC

 Bo Nix, Auburn, Player News

  08/01/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2020 MANNING AWARD PRESEASON WATCH LIST: Bo Nix, So., Auburn,...Nix became the first true freshman quarterback to start a season opener for the Tigers since 1946. He went on to set the Auburn freshman record for passing yards (2,542), pass completions (217) and touchdown passes (16) in a season. He also added 313 yards rushing with seven touchdowns and was named the SEC Freshman of the year. - Auburn Football

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  07/27/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON MAXWELL AWARD WATCH LIST: QB Bo Nix, Auburn,...Nix became the first true freshman quarterback to start a season opener for the Tigers since 1946. He went on to set the Auburn freshman record for passing yards (2,542), pass completions (217) and touchdown passes (16) in a season. He also added 313 yards rushing with seven touchdowns and was named the SEC Freshman of the year. Last week, he made the Davey O'Brien Award Watch List for the 2020 season. - Auburn Football

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  07/23/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2020 PRESEASON DAVEY O'BRIEN AWARD WATCH LIST: Bo Nix, Auburn,...Nix, one of only eight sophomores on the list, is the reigning SEC Freshman of the Year after throwing for 2,542 yards, rushing for 313 yards, and scoring a combined 23 touchdowns in his first season at Auburn. He started all 13 games for the Tigers and was the first true freshman quarterback to start a season opener since 1946. - Auburn Football

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  04/17/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  The NCAA doubled the amount of time athletics staffs can have with their players, but the moved didn't faze the Auburn football players at all. After allowing four hours a week for team meetings and film review, the NCAA Division I Council Coordination Committee announced Thursday that teams will be able to have eight hours of virtual contact per week. That amount is no different than what they'd be doing if they were at school participating in spring practice, linebacker Chandler Wooten said. At Auburn, even if they weren't in practice, they were talking ball. Unless they're talking to their families, those conversations have been reduced to texts and calls.

Besides, it's not like they have that much else to do soon, center Nick Brahms said. Auburn's classes will end soon and he expects everyone will have more time throughout the day and into the evenings. "I think, you know, if we get more done throughout the week, we might as well," Brahms said. "So, I'd rather be talking ball than playing XBOX." All things considered, Brahms feels the team has gotten a lot accomplished during the four hours they had together each week, especially with the installs. Doing it all over Zoom has been different, Wooten said, but the meetings have been informative. - Birmingham News


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  04/13/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Bo Nix didn't want to spend his spring break like so many of his peers. Auburn's starting quarterback - instead of taking time off or relaxing for a week before what was supposed to be the start of spring practices - wanted to get better, so he booked a trip out to California and headed west for the week. Before the coronavirus pandemic restricted travel and grinded the sports world to a halt, Nix spent some time in Dana Point, Calif., with a trio of quarterbacks - a former pro, a current one and a soon-to-be one - working to hone their skills. There was Joe Burrow, the reigning Heisman winner, national champion and presumptive No. 1 overall pick in next week's NFL Draft.

There was Sam Darnold, the current New York Jets quarterback who was drafted third overall two years ago. There was also Jordan Palmer, the one-time NFL quarterback who has established a post-playing career as one of the most respected private quarterback coaches around. Then, among them all, was Nix, the rising-sophomore at Auburn. "It was just, obviously spring break, wanted to go out there and work with (Palmer) and just get fundamentally sound again," Nix said last week during a Zoom conference call with local reporters. "… Just going out there, obviously you can learn so much from them and you can soak up so much knowledge from them and how they play the game and just how to go about playing quarterback on a level like that." - Birmingham News


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  04/05/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Gus Malzahn isn't pontificating or speculating about the 2020 football season. Entering his eighth year at Auburn, Malzahn's focus is just now starting to shift back to football here amid Week 3 of everything being thrown out of whack due to the coronavirus outbreak. His focus, first and foremost, was with his team and making sure everyone is safe and healthy, and as remote instruction and installation of the offense and defense began this week, he has started to get his mind back fully to football mode-but he's not there just yet.

It's why, among other reasons, Malzahn hasn't even considered what will happen to the upcoming season - or if there will even be one, for that matter, as some have speculated in recent weeks - given the uncertain circumstances surrounding all of sports during the COVID-19 pandemic. "We're not speculating," Malzahn said Friday during a Zoom conference call with local reporters. "Really, as far as I've gotten to be honest with you is looking like if they report June 1, if they report June 15, if they report July 1, if they report July 15. To be honest with you, I've not gotten past July 15. So, really, my mindset is really just trying to stay positive and then to have the plan ready to go, specifically when they get back. I've not went anywhere in my mind past July the 15th." - Birmingham News


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  03/21/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  The cancelation of the remainder of spring sports and an uncertain timeline for a return to competition amid the coronavirus pandemic isn't stopping Auburn from moving forward with its plans for a standalone football facility. "Right now we are full steam ahead on the football facility," athletics director Allen Greene said Friday during a conference call with reporters. "Obviously, as things change on our campus and in our country and around the world, we will audible as we see fit, but we have been given the directive to move forward full steam ahead." Auburn's Board of Trustees in September approved the initiation of the program's "Football Performance Center" project, and during an emergency meeting in October, the board voted to approve the architects for the project, selecting the architecture firms of Goodwyn, Mills, Cawood of Montgomery and HOK Architects of Kansas City, Mo. - Birmingham News

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  03/04/20 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Nix had a solid freshman season, setting Auburn freshman records for completions, passing yards, touchdowns and consecutive pass attempts without an interception (191 in a row to close the season) while earning the SEC's top rookie honor, but his first year on the field also left plenty to be desired. Nix's completion percentage (57.6 percent) was 10th among 12 qualifying SEC passers last season, while his 6.7 yards per pass attempt ranked ninth, as did his 125.03 passer rating. Among freshman quarterbacks nationally who appeared in at least half of their team's games, Nix tied for eighth in touchdowns, was 13th in completion rate, sixth in passing yards, tied for 13th in yards per attempt 11th in passer rating.

The arrival of the former Arkansas head coach as Auburn's new offensive coordinator and play-caller this offseason is expected to do wonders for Nix's development. Morris has a track record of developing quarterbacks-a list that includes former Texas high school standouts Jevan Snead and Garrett Gilbert, who both went on to sign at Texas; former Tulsa standout G.J. Kinne (3,650 yards and 30 touchdowns in one year with Morris); and former Clemson star Tajh Boyd, who won ACC Player of the Year during his second season working under Morris and totaled 11,575 yards, 103 passing touchdowns and 25 rushing scores in three seasons being coached by Morris. Morris, whose system comes from the same roots as Malzahn's while putting more emphasis on the passing game, will work hand in hand with Nix this offseason in hopes of making the sophomore his next star pupil. It's something one of Morris' former proteges, Boyd, is confident will happen, tweeting back in January that he expects Nix to throw for 3,800 yards and 35 touchdowns in 2020. - Birmingham News


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  12/11/19 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  2019 SEC FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR (COACHES): Bo Nix, Auburn,...Nix holds the Auburn freshman record for passing yards (2,366) pass completions (200) and touchdown passes (15) in a season. He has also rushed for seven scores. In Auburn's last four games he has thrown for 908 yards and three touchdowns without an interception, in addition to three rushing touchdowns. - SEC Football

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  12/11/19 - QB Bo NixSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 207 (DS#3 QB) + More +

  Former Arkansas coach Chad Morris is staying in the Southeastern Conference Western Division as Auburn's offensive coordinator. Auburn coach Gus Malzahn announced the hiring on Tuesday a month after Arkansas fired his longtime friend. Morris failed to win an SEC game in nearly two full seasons with the Razorbacks, but he has an impressive track record as an offensive coordinator. Morris was also SMU's head coach from 2015-17 after four seasons running the offense at Clemson. Like Malzahn, he built a name for himself as a high school coach; Morris in Texas and Malzahn in Arkansas. Morris replaces Kenny Dillingham, who appears set to join Mike Norvell at Florida State after one season. Malzahn resumed calling plays last season but it's not clear who will handle those duties after the hiring of Morris. - AP College Football

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