Chris Westry is a 6-foot-5 safety out of Florida, and he runs a 4.41-second time in the 40-yard dash. That should at least catch Auburn fans' attention.
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Johnson brings a passing attack to Auburn's offense
Tough road games, strong opponents at home pose huge challenge.
The national runner up Tigers are aiming high with this recruiting class. Look for Auburn to haul in its share of gems and win some recruiting battles with Alabama and the rest of the SEC.
Auburn sophomore guard Alex Kozan checks in as the SEC's 36th best player of 2014.
Being tabbed starter against Arkansas in advance can only help Johnson, team
Nate Craig may be the best player in Florida ... but he's not going to play for the Florida Gators or Florida State Seminoles. He'll be heading a couple of hours north.
Auburn's Carl Lawson checks in as the SEC's 39th best player for 2014.
School claims recruit bio was hacked into
Dashcam video released for Nick Marshall's pot citation.
The one thing Gus Malzahn remembers after the epic Iron Bowl.
You can watch Gus Malzahn's full press conference right here.
One of those consequences was missing media day
Auburn fans attending SEC Media Days on Monday were thrilled with the direction of the program, but held surprisingly reasoned expectations for a team coming off a national championship appearance.
Sophomore was expected to replace Dee Ford
Senior center wearing No. 43 pin
Police chief describes mood, tells Marshall he has disappointed many
Rest of SEC chasing after what Tigers have
The Bednarik Award watch list is SEC-loaded.
Thirteen SEC players were included on today's Maxwell Award watch list.
Auburn DT Gabe Wright checks in as the SEC's 53rd best player for 2014.
Auburn LB Cassanova McKinzy checks in as the SEC's 56th best player for 2014.
In terms of recruiting, June was a fine month for Auburn. It started with the Big Cat Weekend and wrapped up with two more nice additions to the class.
Auburn fans silently rolled Toomer's Corner in remembrance of Philip Lutzenkirchen.
Former AU great Philip Lutzenkirchen tragically died in a car accident.
Auburn's Jonathon Mincy checks in as the SEC's 61st best player of 2014.
Auburn defensive back Jonathon Mincy was arrested for marijuana possession.
Auburn's Derrick Moncrief checks in as the SEC's 62nd best player of 2014.
Darryl Williams--a four-star Auburn target--had planned to announce his school choice at 10 a.m. this morning, Eastern Time. But the potential good news for Tigers fans will have to wait.
It was an Auburn-Alabama battle in June. Jalen Harris had shown an affinity for the Crimson Tide before, but in the end he chose the Tigers.
Will Auburn win any ESPYs this year?
It's official, four-star lineman Tyler Carr did what most people expected he'd do all along--he picked Auburn.
Former UGA safety Tray Matthews officially arrives at Auburn.
Auburn's Montravius Adams checks in as the SEC's 69th best player for 2014.
Gene Chizik predicts how Auburn will finish in 2014.
The third-highest rated quarterback in the land--who remains uncommitted--made a big announcement late Tuesday, and Auburn was a big part of it.
Auburn Fast campaign is building steam.
Former Georgia safety Tray Matthews makes it official that he'll transfer to Auburn.
Auburn's Thursday night showdown with Kansas State is already sold out.
Here's a day-by-day look at each SEC school and how their approaches to recruiting have to be so different. Today we look at Auburn.
Auburn's Big Cat Weekend has a huge hit with potential Tigers' commitments, and for those already on board. And a certain five-star quarterback left the Plains with a huge smile on his face ... and a new No. 1.
Auburn DE Carl Lawson had knee surgery Friday.
No other school has something quite like Auburn's Big Cat Weekend, and the Tigers are expected to host more than 20 stud athletes and their families from all over the country. Commitments may follow.