Tyler Roush | Sports Reporter
Three former Auburn stars were taken in the second round of the 2018 NFL Draft Friday night. Here is a look at the three future-NFL rookies.
Auburn's Braden Smith has been selected by the Indianapolis Colts in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft.
Auburn is looking to keep Bruce Pearl on The Plains.
Running back Kerryon Johnson ran in a yard and stopped to rise, throwing to wide receiver Nate Craig-Myers as he ran out of the end zone.
Auburn’s defense made its mark on A-Day. During the orange team’s 18-10 win over blue Saturday afternoon, Auburn’s first-string defense held the second-string offense to 138 yards.
Though brief, A-Day, Auburn’s spring football game, will feature the future of Auburn football.
Auburn’s future at quarterback will take the spotlight on Saturday.
The picture at wide receiver will unblur itself for Auburn football this coming Saturday.
On March 9, Mize pitched a career-high 13 strikeouts en route to Auburn’s ninth no-hitter in program history.
The two-time Olympian and three-time Olympic coach spent 10 years on The Plains, guiding Auburn to 11 NCAA individual titles, 64 individual SEC titles and 479 All-America honors.