Auburn just picked up a big commitment, literally and figuratively, as Callaway High School product Tate Johnson has ended his recruitment, he’s headed to The Plains.

The 6-foot-4, 310-pound Hogansville, Ga., native is rated as a three-star prospect and the No. 23 offensive guard in the country by 247Sports Composite Rankings. Johnson picked Auburn over Georiga Tech and Florida State.

Johnson’s commitment gives the Tigers nine commitments for the 2020 recruiting cycle and considering Gus Malzahn’s program is poised to lose five senior offensive linemen following the upcoming season, the need for big men up front is huge for Auburn. No surprise then to see that four of the program’s nine commitment come from offensive linemen.

Here is an updated look at the program’s current recruiting class:

Auburn’s 2020 Recruiting Class

Player
Position & Rank
Stars
State
Kobe Hudson
#17 receiver
4-star
Georgia
J.J. Evans
#30 receiver
4-star
Alabama
Javion Cohen
#28 offensive tackle
4-star
Alabama
Avery Jernigan
#18 offensive guard
3-star
Georgia
Elijah Canion
#74 receiver
3-star
Florida
Tate Johnson
#23 offensive guard
3-star
Georgia
Daniel Foster-Allen
#27 strongside DE
3-star
Alabama
Chayil Garnett
#24 dual-threat QB
3-star
Florida
Jonathan Buskey
#4 JUCO offensive tackle
3-star
Kansas

Check out Johnson’s junior season highlight reel to get an idea of what he could bring to Auburn’s offensive line in the years to come: