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  01/22/21 - Kamaar BellrFr/2024, Auburn, 6-2, 325 (DS#999 OG) + More +

  A second-year Auburn offensive lineman is set to transfer. Redshirt freshman Kamaar Bell entered the NCAA transfer portal Thursday, AL.com has learned. Bell, a three-star member of the Tigers' 2019 recruiting class, appeared in just one game during his two seasons with Auburn. - Birmingham News

(DS#999 OG) rFr/2024 OG Kamaar BellAuburn
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  01/18/21 - *Jamien SherwoodJr/2021, Auburn, 6-1, 220 (DS#2 SS) + More +

  Another standout Auburn player is taking his talents to the next level. Auburn safety Jamien Sherwood announced Saturday he is forgoing his eligibility and entering the 2021 NFL Draft. The news comes after Sherwood played well at safety during his junior season despite battling through injury and helped the Auburn pass defense throughout 2020. Sherwood faced the challenge of replacing the production of departed Auburn safeties Daniel Thomas and Jeremiah Dinson and did so quickly. He played in all 11 games for the Tigers in 2020 and ended the year with 75 total tackles, three tackles for loss, three pass break-ups, one sack, one quarterback hurry and one fumble return. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#2 SS) Jr/2021 SS *Jamien SherwoodAuburn
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  01/13/21 - Roger McCrearyJr/2022, Auburn, 6-0, 188 (DS#3 CB) + More +

  Auburn's top cornerback will return for his senior season on the Plains. Roger McCreary, who took over the No. 1 corner role for Auburn in 2020, announced on Monday morning that he will return for his senior season instead of declaring early for the NFL Draft. McCreary is the second member of Auburn's secondary to announce a decision to return in 2021, joining fellow rising senior Smoke Monday. Two other defensive backs, Jordyn Peters and Christian Tutt, have already declared for the NFL Draft. Auburn is still waiting for safety Jamien Sherwood to make his final decision for 2021. - Birmingham News

(DS#3 CB) Jr/2022 CB Roger McCrearyAuburn
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  01/13/21 - *Christian TuttJr/2021, Auburn, 5-11, 192 (DS#44 CB) + More +

  An Auburn starting defensive back has decided to enter the NCAA transfer portal. Christian Tutt, the Tigers' starting nickel back the last two seasons, went into the portal Tuesday morning, AL.com has learned. It's an interesting development considering Tutt had planned on turning pro, had signed with an agent and had started prepping for the NFL draft. However, the former four-star recruit is apparently now considering a return to college for another season. - Birmingham News

(DS#44 CB) Jr/2021 CB *Christian TuttAuburn
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  01/13/21 - Chandler WootenrSr/2022, Auburn, 6-2, 229 (DS#999 OLB) + More +

  After opting out of the 2020 season, Auburn linebacker Chandler Wooten will be back in 2021. Wooten announced Tuesday he was returning to the team after sitting out in 2020, which would have been his senior season. Wooten's return is a considerable one for a linebacker corps that lost senior K.J. Britt but returns top tacklers Owen Pappoe and Zakoby McClain from this fall. Wooten announced in August he would not play football during the pandemic-altered 2020 season as he awaited the birth of his son. That decision came after a 2019 season in which Wooten was a crucial reserve linebacker for the Tigers who recorded 27 tackles with 4.5 tackles for loss. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#999 OLB) rSr/2022 OLB Chandler WootenAuburn
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  01/12/21 - Roger McCrearyJr/2022, Auburn, 6-0, 188 (DS#3 CB) + More +

  Auburn cornerback Roger McCreary was a standout on the Tigers' defense in 2020, and he's not done yet. McCreary announced Monday that he will return to Auburn in 2021 for his senior season. That news is a major victory for the Tigers, which will have their top cornerback return for Bryan Harsin's first season at the helm of the program. The Tigers truly needed someone to step up in the secondary in 2020 after losing several key players from the previous season, and McCreary answered that call. The junior was often locked on the opponent's top receiver, and he ended the season with 45 tackles, seven tackles for loss, six pass break-ups and three interceptions. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#3 CB) Jr/2022 CB Roger McCrearyAuburn
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  01/09/21 - D.J. WilliamsSo/2023, Auburn, 5-10, 208 (DS#19 RB) + More +

  Another four-star running back from Auburn's 2019 recruiting class is leaving the program. D.J. Williams entered the NCAA transfer portal Friday, AL.com has learned. Williams, who was limited by injuries this season, ran for just 199 yards on 38 carries this year after rushing for 400 yards as a freshman last season. - Birmingham News

(DS#19 RB) So/2023 RB D.J. WilliamsAuburn
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  01/08/21 - Zakoby McClainJr/2022, Auburn, 6-0, 212 (DS#12 OLB) + More +

  The SEC's leading tackler will return to Auburn for his senior season. Linebacker Zakoby McClain, who led Auburn and the SEC with 113 total tackles in 2020, announced on Thursday that he will return to the Plains for "one last ride" rather than declare early for the NFL Draft. McClain is the second draft-eligible Auburn player to announce a decision to return in 2021, joining fellow junior Smoke Monday. McClain's decision to return means Auburn is set to bring back its two leading tacklers and starting linebackers next season. Open Pappoe, a sophomore in 2020, was second on the team and eighth in the SEC with 93 tackles. - Birmingham News

(DS#12 OLB) Jr/2022 OLB Zakoby McClainAuburn
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  01/08/21 - *Christian TuttJr/2021, Auburn, 5-11, 192 (DS#44 CB) + More +

  Starting nickel back Christian Tutt is entering the NFL draft, sources told AL.com. Tutt has already signed with an agent and started training for the pre-draft process. The former four-star recruit was the Tigers' starting nickel back the last two years. Tutt was also a second-team All-SEC selection as a punt returner in 2019 and ranked fifth nationally with an average of 13.6 yards per return. - Birmingham News

(DS#44 CB) Jr/2021 CB *Christian TuttAuburn
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  01/06/21 - ZeVian CapersFr/2024, Auburn, 6-3, 194 (DS#26 WR) + More +

  Auburn freshman receiver Ze'Vian Capers underwent surgery Tuesday morning after sustaining a left foot injury during last week's Citrus Bowl. Capers announced on Twitter that the surgery was a "success" and that "it's time to attack rehab and get back on the field." A timeline for Capers' return is unclear at this time. The 6-foot-4 freshman out of Alpharetta, Ga., sustained an injury to left foot during Auburn's 35-19 loss to Northwestern in last Friday's Citrus Bowl. - Birmingham News

(DS#26 WR) Fr/2024 WR ZeVian CapersAuburn
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  01/06/21 - Eli StoveSr/2021, Auburn, 6-0, 191 (DS#57 WR) + More +

  After a productive five-year run at Auburn, wide receiver Eli Stove is turning his attention to the NFL. Stove announced Tuesday he will not use his extra year of eligibility granted by the NCAA and will instead turn his attention to the 2021 NFL Draft. Stove's decision comes after a productive tenure with the Tigers during which he recorded the fifth-most receptions in program history. Stove leaves Auburn with 136 receptions for 1,186 yards and six touchdowns. His decision means the Tigers' top three receivers from 2020 - which includes Seth Williams and Anthony Schwartz - will not return for 2021. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#57 WR) Sr/2021 WR Eli StoveAuburn
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  01/06/21 - Cord SandbergrSo/2023, Auburn, 6-2, 222 (DS#999 QB) + More +

  Auburn is set to lose its backup quarterback. Cord Sandberg entered the NCAA transfer portal Monday morning, AL.com has learned. Sandberg, a former minor league baseball player who joined the Tigers program in 2018, was the Tigers' No. 2 quarterback behind Bo Nix much of the last two seasons. - Birmingham News

(DS#999 QB) rSo/2023 QB Cord SandbergAuburn
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  01/05/21 - Roger McCrearyJr/2022, Auburn, 6-0, 188 (DS#3 CB) + More +

  The Tigers desperately needed someone to step up in the secondary after losing several key players from 2019, and McCreary answered that call. The junior was often locked on the opponent's top receiver, and he ended the season with 45 tackles, seven tackles for loss, six pass break-ups and three interceptions. "He's had an excellent year," then-Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn said in November. "He's played with a lot of confidence. He's usually covering their top guy. We've got a lot of confidence in Roger." McCreary did not play in the bowl game against Northwestern - interim head coach Kevin Steele didn't explain the reason for McCreary's absence - but his potential return would be a major victory for what would be a much-more experienced Auburn defense in 2021. - Opelika-Auburn News

(DS#3 CB) Jr/2022 CB Roger McCrearyAuburn
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  01/04/21 - *Seth WilliamsJr/2021, Auburn, 6-2, 211 (DS#16 WR) + More +

  Auburn is on the verge of losing two more of its top wide receivers to the NFL. Seth Williams confirmed that he’s entering the NFL draft, which was first reported by AL.com Monday morning. Eli Stove is also expected to turn pro instead of returning to the Tigers for a second senior season, according to a source. It means that the Tigers will have to replace their top three wide receivers from this season as Anthony Schwartz, who led the team with 54 catches this year, had already declared for the NFL draft. - AL.com

(DS#16 WR) Jr/2021 WR *Seth WilliamsAuburn
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  01/02/21 - *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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