Auburn sophomore defensive back Jordyn Peters went down with an apparent right leg injury during the team's spring practice on Tuesday.
Peters was involved in a tackle during the first-team pace drill. The training staff checked the injury on the field before the Muscle Shoals, Alabama product was able to walk off under his own power.
The sophomore has been working in the nickel spot for Auburn's first team defense during 2018 spring practices. As a true freshman in 2017, Peters appeared in 10 games for the Tigers, recording 24 total tackles, including 1.5 for loss and a forced fumble.
In Auburn's Peach Bowl loss to UCF, Peters saw increased playing time due to the absence of starting corner Carlton Davis. The 6-foot-1, 185-pound defender led the team with eight tackles and a tackle for loss against the Knights.
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