Auburn makes another big splash in its 2020 recruiting class with the commitment of highly-touted wide receiver prospect J.J. Evans.
The No. 16-ranked recruit out of Alabama, according to 247’s Composite Rankings, took to Twitter to make his announcement on Sunday afternoon.
Listed at 6-foot-2, 185 pounds, the Montevallo high school star displayed advanced skill on deep routes and making plays after the catch.
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Evans has received numerous offers from top programs before committing to the Tigers – including Alabama, Clemson and Georgia.
Evans joins other 4-star receiver Kobe Hudson as the two wide receiver commits for Auburn in the 2020 class.
With the newest addition, the Tigers are up to seven commits in the 2020 class with Auburn ranked No. 9 in the country and No. 5 in the SEC, according to the 247 Composite Rankings.
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