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Auburn Tigers: Get to know the 2024 in-state offers

Keith Niebuhr07/09/22
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Even as Auburn works on its 2023 recruiting class, the Tigers already have an eye on 2024.

In fact, Bryan Harsin and staff have offered 16 prospects in the 2024 cycle from Alabama. We give a rundown of the 2024 offers to date from the Yellowhammer State.

Meet the 2024 in-state Auburn offers


Kamari McClellan, Clay-Chalkville

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 332 overall; No. 25 QB
Auburn offered: June 14, 2021

411: South Carolina (72.7%) leads in the On3 Recruiting Prediction Machine. McClellan is one of a handful of 2024 quarterbacks the Tigers appear focused on at the moment.

Running back

J’Marion Burnette, Andalusia

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 107 overall; No. 7 RB

Auburn offered: April 07, 2022

411: Burnette visited the Tigers in April and plans to return later this month for Big Cat Weekend.

Wide receiver

Mario Craver, Clay-Chalkville

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 142 overall; No. 20 WR
Auburn offered: Dec. 2, 2021

411: Two schools stand out to Craver at this time: Alabama and Oklahoma. The Tigers, though, probably are in his top four.

Cameron Coleman, Phenix City Central

On3 Consensus ranking: Not ranked
Auburn offered: May 24, 2022

411: Coleman also claims offers from Oregon and Texas A&M.

Tight end

JaCorey Whitted, McCalla McAdory

On3 Consensus ranking: Not ranked
Auburn offered: Jun 8, 2022

411: The Tigers offered Whitted after seeing him camp there in June. Michigan State offered him three weeks later.

Offensive line

Jac’Qawn McRoy, Clay-Chalkville

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 404 overall; No. 27 OT
Auburn offered: Jun 16, 2022

411: McRoy already checks in at 6-foot-8, 340 pounds.

Defensive line/edge

Kavion Henderson, Leeds

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 168 overall; No. 15 DL
Auburn offered: Feb. 28, 2022

411: Georgia leads with the On3 RPM (29.4%) but the Tigers are next at 13.5%. Henderson visited them in June.

Sterling Dixon, Mobile Christian School

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 226 overall; No. 18 edge
Auburn offered: Apr 14, 2022

411: Dixon plans to attend Big Cat Weekend. He claims more than 20 offers.

Jeremiah Beaman, Birmingham Parker

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 114 overall; No. 12 DL
Auburn offered: Jun 11, 2022

411: Beaman plans to attend Big Cat Weekend. He also competes in track and field and is a standout in the shot put and discus.

-Malik Blocton, Pike Road

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 446 overall; No. 40 DL
Auburn offered: Nov. 01, 2021

411: No. 17 recruit in the state.


Demarcus Riddick, Chilton Co. School

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 70 overall; No. 7 LB
Auburn offered: March 08, 2022

411: Riddick has a 78-inch wingspan. Spring offers included Oregon, Tennessee and Notre Dame.

Defensive back

Jaylen Mbakwe, Clay-Chalkville

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 16 overall; No. 1 ATH
Auburn offered: June 24, 2021

411: Ran a personal best of 10.74 seconds in the 100 meters mid-way through his sophomore track season.

Travaris Banks, Tuscaloosa Northridge

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 105 overall; No. 12 CB
Auburn offered: Jan. 29, 2022

 411: The Tide leads in the RPM (46.1%); the Tigers are fourth at 2.6%.

A’Mon Lane, Alabaster Moody

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 225 overall; No. 27 CB
Auburn offered: June 13, 2021

411: The Tigers have emerged as the favorite and could be on the verge of a commitment.

Jayden Lewis, Anniston

On3 Consensus ranking: No. 240 overall; No. 31 CB
Auburn offered: Jan. 20, 2022

411: Plans to attend Big Cat Weekend.

Jayden Coleman, Phenix City Central

On3 Consensus ranking: Not ranked
Auburn offered: May 24, 2022

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