Auburn Recruiting: A Look at the 2010 Recruits and How Auburn Football Will Benefit

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Auburn Recruiting: A Look at the 2010 Recruits and How Auburn Football Will Benefit

Here we are. We've reached the final weekend of recruiting for the 2010 class. At this point, four days and a wake up from National Signing Day, Gene Chizik and his staff have acquired an excellent class. The Auburn Tigers will certainly add a few more recruits on or before February 3, 2010 but just for theory's sake, even if they did not add anyone else to the team, this 2010 will most likely go down as the best class in the history of the Auburn program. The 1984 class under Pat Dye has held the top notch for a long time. Coach Tracy Rocker, who was a member of the 1984 class might vouch for it as being the best class. Then again, he might not. When recruiting is over and Coach Rocker sees the Auburn Tigers in the top five, or possibly even in the top three at all Internet recruiting web sites, he will most likely agree that the class of 2010 is Auburn's signature class so far. Let's take a look at some of the most highly touted Auburn commitments, some highly touted prospects who are unsigned, and some lesser ranked guys who may end up as "diamonds in the rough." Let's examine what opportunities are present for the new recruits, as well as how the 2010 Auburn Tigers will benefit from the addition of its recruiting commitments and prospects.

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