Why the Auburn recruiting frenzy is coming to an end


By Matt Schuster Auburn is set to end its recruiting frenzy.

The Tigers will be without their leading scorer, the top two-guard and three-star defensive linemen.

The team is expected to release one of its three true freshmen.

Auburn has lost a handful of its top recruits in the past year and will not have the No. 1 player or top five offensive linemen in the 2018 class.

The 2017 class was Auburn’s best.

Its first-year coach Gus Malzahn will also have to decide who to start at quarterback.

If he decides to bring in a quarterback, it could be a freshman who will play a big role in the rebuilding process.

The next big question is how Malzahns coaching staff handles a big decision on a key recruiting spot.

What will Auburn do?

After two years of turmoil and turmoil at Auburn, this will be the final season of Malzahs tenure.

He will take a job in the NFL and get a new job.

The program has made a lot of big moves this offseason and the biggest move could be the hiring of a new head coach.

A lot of Auburn fans are concerned with the coaching job that will be handed to him, but the reality is that he has not won a game in the SEC since his first year as the Tigers’ coach.

The new coach should make the biggest difference in how Auburn performs.

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