‘Good to Know’ Auburn signees playing in all-star games revealed

A glance at the Auburn recruits selected to participate in the primary high school All-Star competitions reveals a significant presence from the university. These athletes will showcase their talents in Orlando, Florida, at the Under Armour All-America Game, and in San Antonio, Texas, at the All-American Bowl, marking a celebration of the 2023 high school football season.

The schedule entails players arriving in Orlando on December 29, engaging in practice sessions on December 30, 31, January 1, and January 2, leading up to the Under Armour All-America Game on January 3 at 3 p.m. CT, broadcasted on ESPN.

Simultaneously, participants will assemble in San Antonio for the All-American Bowl, commencing activities on January 2 and the game itself on January 6. Formerly known as the Army All-American Bowl, this event is presented by NBC and streamed on Peacock.


Texas A&M 5-star WR commit Cam Coleman has arrived in Auburn


Auburn will be well-represented in both competitions, with numerous signees showcasing their talents.


* 5-star WR Cam Coleman | Central (Ala.)

* 5-star WR Perry Thompson | Foley (Ala.)

* 4-star EDGE Jamonta Waller | Picayune Memorial (Miss.)

* 4-star DB A’Mon Lane-Ganus | Moody (Ala.)

* 4-star DB Jalyn Crawford | Parkview (Ga.)

* K Towns McGough | Auburn High (Ala.)


* 4-star QB Walker White | Little Rock Christian (Ark.)

* 4-star IOL DeAndre Carter | Mater Dei (Calif.)

* 4-star DL Amaris Williams | Clinton (N.C.)

* 4-star LB Demarcus Riddick | Chilton County (Ala.)

* 4-star DB Kensley Faustin | Naples (Fla.)

Auburn is matching its program record at the All-American Bowl with five representatives, tying the previous record established in 2023 when Connor Lew, Kayin Lee, Keldric Faulk, Tyler Scott, and Darron Reed all participated in the game. However, in the Under Armour game last year, Auburn didn’t have any representation. This time around, Auburn will witness 10 of its scholarship signees taking part, with an additional standout, preferred walk-on kicker McGough, showcasing skills before officially joining Auburn.

Among these signees, Coleman, Waller, Crawford, McGough, White, Williams, Riddick, and Faustin are all early enrollees and are scheduled to move into Auburn on January 7, except for Riddick, who has already settled in and participated in bowl practices. Meanwhile, Thompson, Lane-Ganus, and Carter are expected to arrive in the summer.

Auburn’s early signing period class secured an impressive No. 7 position in the 247Sports team recruiting rankings.

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