Auburn wide receiver Zach Farrar has entered the transfer portal, according to Matt Zenitz of AL.com.
Farrar began his playing career at Oklahoma in 2016 before transferring to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College, followed by Youngstown State and then ultimately ending up in Auburn before the 2019 season.
He saw limited playing time, catching three passes all season for 41 yards.
Two of those receptions came in the form of touchdowns in Auburn’s 52-0 victory over Samford.
Even with the departure of Farrar, wide receiver depth is not an issue for Auburn. Seth Williams, Anthony Schwartz, Eli Stove, Shedrick Jackson, Ja’Varrius Johnson, Matthew Hill, Kobe Hudson, Elijah Canion, Ze’Vian Capers and J.J. Evans all remain on the roster.
While at running back, Auburn saw Malik Miller leave the program on Tuesday.
AuburnUndercover was the first to report the news, and it was confirmed to The Plainsman by a team spokesperson.
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It is unclear if Miller plans on transferring somewhere else or is hanging up the cleats for good.
Miller is the second running back from 2019 to leave the program after Boobee Whitlow entered his name into the transfer portal in February.
The Huntsville native could not live up to his high expectations but served as a consistent receiving back and pass blocker.
During his time at Auburn Miller recorded six touchdowns.
The crowded running back room is now down to D.J. Williams, Shaun Shivers, Harold Joiner, Mark-Antony Richards and Tank Bigsby.
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