ESPN.com's Mel Kiper ranks Auburn senior WR Duke Williams as the No. 1 senior receiving prospect in the country for the 2016 NFL draft.
Former Georgia S Tray Matthews is expected to start for Auburn this season.
Auburn junior DT Montravius Adams created 35 pressures last season, according to PFF's Jack Farrell.
Auburn senior WR Duke Williams only dropped two catchable targets last season, according to PFF.
As a pass rusher Auburn junior DL Montravius Adams' "technique needs more work and consistency," NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein notes.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein documents that Auburn redshirt junior OG Avery Young "did an admirable job at right tackle last season, but he is best-suited inside at guard, which is where he is expected to start this season."
Auburn senior CB Jonathan Jones "has proved to be an effective playmaker, and his profile should rise in what will be a deeper defense that's also now coached by Will Muschamp," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein ranks Auburn senior WR Duke Williams as his No.2 wideout to watch in College Football.
ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr. ranks Auburn senior WR Duke Williams as his No.1 ranked senior wideout.
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter believes NFL teams will consider Auburn senior ILB Cassanova McKinzy "in the class of Mississippi State's Benardrick McKinney, who was a second-round pick in 2015."
NFL Media draft analyst Chad Reuter likes the NFL prospects of Auburn senior CB Jonathan Jones despite the corner's small stature.
Auburn senior ILB Cassanova McKinzy is "a physical, hard-hitting presence in the middle of the defense," notes Sports on Earth's Matt Brown.
Auburn freshman CB Jamel Dean was informed by the NCAA that he must sit out this season and take a redshirt.
Auburn freshman DE Prince Wanogho has been cleared by the NCAA Clearinghouse and will now enroll in classes.
NFL Media points out that new Auburn DC Will Muschamp "does a good job of devising ways to get pass rushers in advantageous matchups," which they surmise will lead to redshirt sophomore edge rusher Carl Lawson finishing "with double-digit sacks."