Daquayvious Sorey had several SEC teams in the mix for his recruitment, but in an announcement at his school on Friday, the 4-star wide receiver out of Campbellton, Florida (Chipley) made it official.

Sorey chose Auburn over the likes of Alabama, Florida and Miami, 3 schools who he briefly put hats on during the event with teammates around him on Friday. It was also streamed on 247Sports’ YouTube channel. Sorey is 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds, and has 22 offers. He’s ranked the No. 22 wide receiver in the class of 2023, and the No. 43 player in the state of Florida, according to the 247Sports Composite. He was recruited to Auburn by Ike Hilliard.

Here are his highlights from Hudl:

Here is his scouting report from 247Sports:

A big-framed skill player that has found ways to impact the game in all three phases on Friday nights. Limited verified data available, but seems to be accurately listed at 6-foot-2, 190 pounds. Could, however, eventually get up to over 215 pounds once lifting and eating college. Viewed by many as a wide receiver long term, and for good reason as he can not only make acrobatic catches on the outside, but pick up chunks of yardage when the ball is in his hands as he weaves his way through traffic and bounces off defenders. Usually one of the most explosive players on the field at the prep level and seems capable of finding a top-end gear, which makes sense given track and basketball background (took 5th at Florida’s 1A track meet in the high jump as a sophomore). Created separation in the Sunshine State’s lowest classification on offense as a junior totaling 563 receiving yards. Also returned a pair of punts for touchdowns. Definitely has the skill set to emerge as a WR1 or WR2 type in a pro-style attack, but could also probably make a difference on defense at the Power Five level having watched him move around on the 7-on-7 circuit as he’s fluid in his backpedal and understands how to play angles. Overall, should be viewed as a plus athlete with upside. Likely will need some time to adjust to the speed and demands of college football, but should be in the two-deep sooner rather than later if he can quickly take to coaching and avoid setbacks.