After their run to the national championship game in 2013, Auburn had four players taken in the 2014 NFL Draft.  Offensive tackle Greg Robinson and defensive end Dee Ford became the 29th and 30th Auburn players selected in the first round. Robinson, chosen No. 2 overall, was selected by the St. Louis Rams. The Kansas City Chiefs used the 23rd pick overall to select Ford.

Robinson and Ford are among 31 Auburn Tigers working out for NFL squads this summer. Linebacker and cornerback are the two positions where the Auburn alum are the most plentiful. The St.Louis Rams, coming off a 7-9 campaign in 2013, currently have 4 Tigers on their rosters. There are 3 Tigers playing for the silver and black in Oakland.

Perhaps the most interesting story is that of Onterio McCalebb. As a member of the 2010 national championship team, McCalebb thrived in Gus Malzahn’s offense as a running back. McCalebb complemented Michael Dyer, a between-the-tackles-runner, with his speed to get to the edge. After a year on the Bengals practice squad, McCalebb is switching to cornerback in hopes of landing a spot on the Cincinnati Bengals roster. In 2013 the Bengals used McCalebb’s speed, albeit only three times, as a kick returner.

NFL rosters must be trimmed to 75 plays by Aug. 26 . The final 53-man roster has to be set by Aug. 30

Auburn players in the pros – updated July 29


  • Jason Campbell, Cincinnati Bengals. 1st rd pick in 2005 by Washington Redskins.
  • Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers. No. 1 overall pick in 2011 by Panthers.

Running Back:

  • Tre Mason, St. Louis Rams. 3rd rd draft pick in 2014 by Rams.
  • Ben Tate, Cleveland Browns. 2nd rd pick in 2010 by Houston Texans.


  • Jay Prosch, Houston Texans. 6th rd pick in 2014 by Texans.

Wide receiver:

  • Emory Blake, St. Louis Rams. Rookie free agent in 2013 for Rams.


  • Ben Grubbs, New Orleans Saints. 1st rd pick in 2007 by Baltimore Ravens.
  • John Sullen, New York Giants. Rookie free agent 2013 for Cincinnati Bengals.

Offensive Tackle:

  • King Dunlap, San Diego Chargers. 7th rd pick in 2008 by Philadelphia Eagles.
  • Brandon Mosley, New York Giants. 4th rd pick in 2012 by Giants.
  • Greg Robinson, St. Louis Rams. No.2 overall pick in 2014 by Rams.

Defensive End:

  • Nosa Eguae, Atlanta Falcons. Rookie free agent 2014 for Falcons.

Defensive Tackle: 

  • Nick Fairley, Detroit Lions. 1st rd pick in 2011 by Lions.
  • Sen’Derrick Marks, Jacksonville Jaguars. 2nd rd pick in 2009 by Tennessee Titans.
  • Jeremiah Ratliff, Chicago Bears. 7th rd pick in 2005 by Dallas Cowboys.
  • Pat Sims, Oakland Raiders. 3rd rd pick in 2008 by Cincinnati Bengals.


  • Daren Bates, St. Louis Rams. Rookie free agent in 2013.
  • Josh Bynes, Baltimore Ravens. Practice squad members Nov. 2011 for Ravens.
  • Karlos Dansby, Cleveland Browns. 2nd rd pick in 2004 by Arizona Cardinals.
  • Dee Ford, Kansas City Chiefs. 1st rd pick in 2014 by Chiefs.
  • Quentin Groves, Houston Texans. 2nd rd pick in 2o08 by Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • Corey Lemonier, San Francisco 49ers. 3rd rd pick in 2013 by 49ers.


  • Chris Davis, San Diego Chargers. Rookie free agent in 2014 for Chargers.
  • Onterio McCalebb, Cincinnati Bengals. Rookie free agent 2013 for Bengals.
  • Jerraud Powers, Arizona Cardinals. 3rd rd pick in 2006 by Indianapolis Colts.
  • Carlos Rogers, Oakland Raiders. 1st rd pick 2005 by Washington Redskins.
  • Neiko Thorpe, Oakland Raiders. Rookie free agent in 2012 by Kansas City Chiefs.
  • Ryan White, Green Bay Packers. Rookie free agent in 2014 for Packers.


  • Ryan Smith, Dallas Cowboys. Rookie free agent in 2014 for Cowboys.


  • Cody Parkey, Indianapolis Colts. Rookie free agent in 2014 for Colts.

Long Snapper:

  • Josh Harris, Atlanta Falcons. Rookie free agent in 2012 for Falcons