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January 21, 2012
2013 prospects visit Auburn for Junior Day
More than 40 prospects from the 2013 class were in Auburn on Saturday for the Tigers' Junior Day.
Among the group were several of the Tigers' top early targets, including two of the state's top receiver prospects, Clay-Chalkville's DeAndre Woods and Pinson Valley's Earnest Robinson. Woods and Robinson helped give the Tigers a strong in-state showing Saturday.
The two receivers were joined by other top in-state targets like McGill-Toolen athlete Jason Smith, Prattville offensive tackle Austin Golson (committed to FSU), Trinity offensive lineman David Gross, Dadeville defensive lineman Rod Crayton and Fultondale athlete ArDarius Stewart.
Woods, Robinson and Golson all had an offer from Auburn prior to Saturday's visit. Smith, the 6-foot-1, 160-pound athlete/quarterback from Mobile, picked up an offer from the Tigers during his visit. Gross, Crayton and Stewart all are receiving heavy interest from Auburn.
The top out-of-state prospects in Auburn on Saturday were Dooly County (Ga.) defensive tackle Montravius Adams and Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.) defensive back Nick Washington. Washington already has an offer from Auburn. Adams, 6-foot-3, 290 pounds, received a firm offer from the Tigers during his visit.
Valwood (Valdosta, Ga.) offensive tackle Aulden Bynum, 6-foot-5, 260 pounds, also picked up an offer from the Tigers this weekend, as did Milton (Alpharetta, Ga.) defensive end Carl Lawson.
Other prospects that Auburn is showing interest that attended Junior Day were Brentwood (Tenn.) Academy athlete Jalen Ramsey, Trinity Christian (Jacksonville, Fla.) defensive end/linebacker Devin Washington (Nick Washington's brother), Milton (Ga.) running back Peyton Barber, Jackson (Ga.) defensive tackle Jay Woods, Enterprise (Ala.) receiver/tight end Clark Quisenberry, Spain Park (Birmingham, Ala.) defensive lineman Jacob Chaffin and Buford (Ga.) offensive guard Josh Cardiello.