Auburn Football: Top Performers from the Tigers' Spring Game

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Auburn Football: Top Performers from the Tigers' Spring Game
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With two touchdowns, senior wideout Quan Bray was a top performer from Auburn's 2014 A-Day Game.

AUBURN, Ala. — The Auburn Tigers elected to go with a starters vs. reserves game last Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium, which led to one of the most lopsided A-Day Games in school history.

The Blue Team starters, as expected, had no problem moving the ball and playing defense against their White Team backups. Auburn's starters put up 657 yards of total offense and led 44-3 at halftime, when most of the first team was pulled for the rest of the afternoon.

So what can you gather from a spring game that featured a 55-point margin of victory and a running clock for the entire second half?

While broad statements on the quality of the starters are probably not the wisest takeaways from A-Day, Auburn fans should focus on the individual playmakers from the high-scoring spring game.

Here are seven of Auburn's first-team players whose stock rose with their impressive performances in the defending SEC champions' spring practice finale.

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