Recruiting 2011
A look at recruiting from high school and college perspectives.


Auburn expects select freshman to step in, fill holes
AUBURN — Standing at a podium Wednesday within reaching distance of Auburn’s recently-won BCS national championship trophy, Auburn coach Gene Chizik said, “We have not arrived.”
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Slota big find in JSU’s ‘bowl subdivision’ class
JACKSONVILLE — When Jerry Slota set out Wednesday morning for the 25-minute drive to his father’s dental office to return his signed letter of intent, there was snow as far as the eye could see and temperatures that would keep most people indoors looking for another blanket.
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Piedmont’s talented duo takes next step
PIEDMONT — The framed photographs that sat atop the tables inside the foyer in Piedmont’s gymnasium Wednesday afternoon showed all one needed to know about the athletic prowess of Mickey Jackson and Jamaal Johnson.
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Signing day overlaps, snubs only add to heated year-round Iron Bowl rivalry
TUSCALOOSA — The Alabama/Auburn rivalry found yet another way to add to its contentious history on the recruiting calendar’s holiest day.
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Wild signing day turns into too much of a good thing
Adults who sweat the college choices of 18-year-old football players got comeuppance Wednesday, and it didn’t taste so good when it came back up.
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Oxford trio stays true
The 5-foot-11, 180-pounder selected Memphis despite holding a handful of offers from schools in college football’s premiere conference, including national champions Auburn, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Kentucky and Vanderbilt.
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Alabama, Auburn popular on National Signing Day
With National Signing Day halfway done, each half of the state has something to be happy about — all depending on who you read. At lunchtime, Alabama held the No. 1 spot on Rivals, while Auburn was ranked third by Scout. Inversely, Alabama was sixth on Scout, while Auburn was second on Rivals.
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2011 Auburn Football Signees
The list of Auburn Tigers football signees.
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