With less than two full weeks until national signing day, the full court press is on the top college prospects in America.
Soak all of the attention in, kids. Before long, you'll be wearing five sets of shoulder pads and carrying the water jugs to practice in a 110-degree sweltering August heat wave.
Gus Malzahn has only had a month-and-a-half to retain and recruit his first recruiting class as Auburn's head coach. It has had its share of ups and downs.
There have been high-profile de-commitments and some key commitments along the way.
So how will the class end up? The only certainty is that it will be a roller-coaster ride from now until national signing day on Feb. 6.
Auburn currently has 16 commitments and will likely sign 21 to 23 players to national letters of intent on signing day due to scholarship numbers. The signing cap mandated by the SEC is 25 signees per class.
In an attempt to do the impossible, here's my guess on who will be the newest members of the Auburn Tigers as a part of the 2013 recruiting class.