Christian Clemente | Assistant Sports Editor
On Thursday, three Auburn soccer players were named to the SEC Soccer Preseason Watch List. While on Wednesday, the Tigers were picked to finish 10th overall in the SEC by the conference's coaches.
“It’s been awesome,” Shenker said Thursday. “Getting in the pass game a little more and not having to block all the time. It’s been a great little adjustment we’ve had this year.”
While Auburn will be returning its starting quarterback, there will be plenty of roster turnover for the 2020 season. With a little over a week until the season starts, here are the final projections for the depth chart.
10 players miss practice, a battle at left tackle, Auburn's plan for Kentucky and more. Here are the notes from the fourth week of fall camp for Auburn football.
While four starters from the secondary are gone now, defensive coordinator Kevin Steele has revamped the Auburn secondary and is getting the team ready for the 2020 season.
“I feel like all the freshmen receivers got a chance to play this year,” Seth Williams said Wednesday. Auburn has five new freshmen receivers and transfer Caylin Newton, joining veterans Williams, Anthony Schwartz and Shedrick Jackson at the wideout position this fall.
"I'm old fashioned, I like 94." The old fashioned No. 94 Tyrone Truesdell is going to be looked at as a leader this season as he and the defensive tackle newcomers look toward having a successful season.
After going two weeks without a positive case, Gus Malzahn announced Sunday that the team had nine positive cases, which forced them to shut down two practices this week. The Tigers will return to practice Tuesday, with 16 total players unable to practice this week because of contact tracing.
“We talk about it almost every day in the linebacker room. I can’t really say too much about it, but y’all are going to see it this season. It’s going to look like a whole new Auburn offense, man. All the stuff they’ve brought in, it’s ridiculous.”
"At the end of the day, whoever gets the most carries or whatever, all us are going to go out there and do what we do, because that's why we came to Auburn — to make plays, do what we're being taught and add more explosiveness to the offense."