Auburn football has added some much-needed depth to its offensive line.
Former UMass offensive lineman Jack Driscoll committed to Auburn on Wednesday after announcing Tuesday that he had narrowed down his decision to Auburn, UCLA and USC.
Driscoll took to Twitter to make his announcement.
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The 6-foot-5, 300-pound tackle started 12 games at UMass last year and earned Phil Steele All-Independent first-team selection honors. Though listed as a tackle, Driscoll has the versatility to move to left or right tackle and even guard.
His versatility has him graded as one of the five-best grad transfer tackles in the country out of Group of 5 linemen.
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Auburn knew the importance of landing Driscoll, with players and coaches in contact with him daily, even having quarterback Jarrett Stidham as his player-host during Driscoll’s visit to Auburn.
Coming in as a redshirt junior, Driscoll will have two years of eligibility left and could immediately have an impact come fall.
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