Auburn's international pipeline grows as Tigers land another Australian punter
Auburn will be heading into the season without any starting experience at punter following the early departure of Arryn Siposs to the NFL but the Tigers may have just filled his shoes by returning to the land down under.
The Tigers found Siposs in Australia and that’s where Auburn has found Oscar Chapman, who announced on Tuesday morning he plans to accept a blue shirt offer to play for Gus Malzahn’s program.
“I am excited to announce that I have received and accepted a blue shirt full scholarship to play football and study at Auburn University! I’m very grateful for this opportunity. Thank you,” Chapman posted.
Chapman is a product of the ProKick Australia Program that helps train Australian athletes for college and the NFL.
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The ProKick Australia Program has produced five Ray Guy Award winners, given annually to the nation’s best punter, 17 All-Americans and helped 75 athletes land college scholarships.
Now their latest protege is headed to The Plains to begin his career as a college athlete.