Scott Fountain

Tight Ends, Special Teams Coordinator, Auburn Tigers

Scott Fountain handles Auburn’s tight ends and oversees the Tigers’ special teams unit.

One of the remaining coaches on former coach Gene Chizik’s staff, Fountain arrived at Auburn in 2009 and helped the Tigers sign three consecutive Top 10 recruiting classes. In 2013, after four years as Auburn’s player personnel director, Fountain returned to the field as a tight ends and special teams assistant.

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