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More than 80 recruits will be visiting the Plains to watch No. 10 Auburn host No. 1 Georgia on Saturday night.

All but one of the 14 Tigers commits and eight members of AL.com's A-List will be in Auburn for the top 10 matchup.

Here's a look at some of the top recruits visiting Auburn this weekend, starting with the class of 2018.

Check back for more recruiting coverage on AL.com.

1) Justyn Ross, WR, Central-Phenix City: 4-star prospect

2) Joey Gatewood, QB, Bartram Trail: 4-star Auburn commit

3) Coynis Miller, DL, Jackson-Olin: 4-star Auburn commit

4) Asa Martin, RB, Austin: 4-star Auburn commit

5) Matthew Hill, WR, Brookwood: 4-star Auburn commit

6) Michael Harris, ILB, Tucker: 4-star Auburn commit

7) Harold Joiner, RB, Mountain Brook: 4-star prospect

8) Tank Jenkins, OL, Park Crossing: 4-star prospect

9) Andres Fox, DL, Mobile Christian: 3-star prospect

10) Shedrick Jackson, WR, Hoover: 3-star Auburn commit

12) Shaun Shivers, ATH, Chaminade-Madonna Prep: 3-star Auburn commit

12) Jamien Sherwood, S, Jensen Beach: 3-star Auburn commit

13) Cam Taylor, QB/ATH, Park CrossingDecommitted from Missourilast month

14) Jalil Irvin, OG, Stephenson: 3-star Auburn commit

15) Daquon Newkirk, DL, Mississippi Gulf Coast CC: 3-star Auburn commit

16) Kameron Stutts, OT, Brooks: 3-star Auburn commit

17) Kolbi Fuqua, ATH, Cordova: 3-star Auburn commit

18) Josh Marsh, OLB, Decatur: 3-star Auburn commit

The 2019 class visitors are highlighted by 5-stars Owen Pappoeand Clay Webb and 4-star quarterback Bo Nix.

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Full list

Auburn commits

  • 4-star quarterback Joey Gatewood
  • 4-star running back Asa Martin
  • 3-star running back Shaun Shivers
  • 4-star wide receiver Shedrick Jackson
  • 4-star wide receiver Matthew Hill
  • 4-star offensive lineman Jalil Irvin
  • 3-star offensive lineman Kameron Stutts
  • 4-star defensive tackle Coynis Miller
  • 3-star defensive lineman Daquan Newkirk
  • 4-star linebacker Michael Harris
  • 3-star athlete Josh Marsh
  • 3-star safety Kolbi Fuqua
  • 3-star safety Jamien Sherwood (official visit)
  • 4-star 2019 wide receiver George Pickens

2018 targets for Auburn

  • Unranked quarterback A.J. Curry
  • 3-star running back Kaviosey Smoke
  • 4-star running back Harold Joiner
  • 3-star wide receiver Lawrence Keys III
  • 4-star wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase
  • 3-star wide receiver Jalynn Williams (Florida commit)
  • 4-star wide receiver Justyn Ross
  • 3-star offensive tackle Jalen Goss
  • 3-star offensive tackle Hamilton Hall
  • 4-star offensive guard Trey Hill
  • 4-star offensive lineman Tank Jenkins
  • 4-star offensive lineman Dylan Wonnum
  • 3-star tight end Tyneil Hopper
  • 3-star tight end Michael Parker
  • 3-star defensive lineman Andres Fox
  • 4-star defensive lineman Richard Jibunor
  • 3-star defensive lineman Caleb Johnson
  • 3-star athlete Cam Taylor
  • 4-star cornerback Christian Tutt (official visit)
  • 3-star safety Joe Foucha

2019 targets for Auburn

  • 4-star quarterback Bo Nix
  • Unranked running back Cal’von Harris
  • Unranked running back Larry McCammon
  • 4-star running back Derrian Brown
  • Unranked running back Jonathan Sewell
  • 4-star wide receiver Ramel Keyton
  • 4-star wide receiver Zion Puckett
  • 4-star wide receiver Quinton Torbor
  • 4-star tight end Ryland Goede
  • Unranked offensive tackle Reece McIntyre
  • 4-star offensive guard Keiondre Jones
  • 3-star offensive guard Riley Simonds
  • 4-star offensive tackle Darius Thomas
  • 5-star offensive lineman Clay Webb
  • 4-star offensive tackle Amari Kight
  • 3-star center Louis Paul Smith
  • Unranked defensive tackle Jalar Holley
  • 3-star defensive end Desmond Little
  • 3-star defensive end Colby Wooden
  • 4-star linebacker King Mwikuta
  • 5-star linebacker Owen Pappoe
  • 4-star linebacker Jalen Sims
  • 3-star linebacker Joko Willis
  • 3-star cornerback Jalen Alexander
  • 4-star cornerback Tyron Hopper
  • 4-star cornerback DJ James
  • 4-star cornerback Reddy Steward
  • 3-star safety Jarrian Jones
  • 4-star safety Trikweze Bridges
  • 3-star safety Ke’Shun Brown
  • 3-star safety Ray Thornton
  • 3-star athlete Malik Washington

2020 and 2021 targets for Auburn

  • Quarterback Robby Ashford
  • Quarterback Harrison Bailey
  • Quarterback Aaron McLaughlin (2021)
  • Running back Mecose Todd
  • Running back Jo’Quavious Marks
  • Running back Tank Bigsby
  • Wide receiver Kris Draine
  • Wide receiver Kobe Hudson
  • Wide receiver Dazalin Worsham
  • Offensive tackle Brady Ward
  • Offensive tackle Tate Ratledge
  • Athlete Dawson Ellington
  • Athlete Kristian Story
  • Defensive end Andy Boykin
  • Linebacker Quanderrius Robinson
  • Linebacker Kevin Swint
  • Safety Rashad Torrence
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Good to see Dazalin Worsham on the list.  Kid will be a beast by 2020.  Electric speed as a sophomore.  Will be a 5 star and probably the top player in the state.

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I'm guessing these guys were very impressed with the performance on the field, the crowd, the entire game day atmosphere and then the atmosphere at Toomer's Corner.  Maybe we swayed a few of them.

WAR EAGLE!!

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I can’t think of a better way to recruit than to beat the #1 team in the USA. Fantastic job 

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44 minutes ago, JDUBB4AU said:

I can’t think of a better way to recruit than to beat the #1 team in the USA. Fantastic job 

‘This and having a plethora of former AU players, NFL players and  MLB players there on the side lines, hopefully made an impression.

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Atmosphere at Auburn resonates with recruits

  • by Steve Wiltfong

 

No. 10 Auburn dominated the No. 1 team in the country Georgia on Saturday in front of a huge group of touted recruits inside Jordan-Hare Stadium.

The Tigers rolled to a 40-17 victory keeping their own College Football Playoff hopes alive.

“Great Environment!!!” Top247 running back and 247Sports’s No. 1 ranked recruit in the state of Alabama Harold Joiner said. He was one of the first prospects Gus Malzahn met with following the win.

Blue-chippers in the crowd including receiver Justyn Ross, Alabama linebacker commit Quay Walker and offensive lineman Trey Hill. Auburn is currently hosting a pair of official visitors in U.S. Army All-American cornerback Christian Tutt, who the Tigers will have an excellent shot to land, and safety pledge Jamien Sherwood

"Crazy," Tutt said regarding the atmosphere.

"Pretty sweet," in-state defensive end Andres Fox added. He has the Tigers in his final four.

In addition to those two, many of Auburn’s commits from a class 247Sports ranks No. 19 was also on campus.

"The atmosphere tonight was the best I’ve seen yet, the fans were going crazy," Top247 running back commit Asa Martinsaid.

"The craziest game I’ve been at," offensive line commit Kameron Stuttssaid. "The stadium was absolutely rocking, and so was the locker room."

WAR DAMN EAGLE YALL KNOW WHATS GOING ON!!!!
— F R E A K Y (@V8Blazing) November 11, 2017

"The atmosphere was crazy," Auburn offensive line commit Jalil Irvin said. "In all the games I have been to this was the most electric atmosphere I have seen. I love Auburn, it's a special place."

Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidhamcompleted 16-of-23 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns, one of them a 55-yard score to Kerryon Johnson who also racked up 32 carries for 167 yards.

The Tigers held Georgia to just 199 total yards including their outstanding rushing attack to just 46 yards on the ground on 32 carries.

"The atmosphere was crazy tonight," four-star offensive guard Tank Jenkinssaid.

Auburn hosted several high-rated 2019 recruits.

“The atmosphere was amazing,” Buford (Ga.) High Top247 2019 running back Derrian Brown said. “it was loud and it was fun watching the Eagle fly and them boys eat out there, it was great. The fans are such nice people also.”

"My family and I enjoyed the game," four-star 2019 receiver Quinton Torborsaid. "The atmosphere was electrifying. My second time visiting Jordan-Hare Stadium and it just keeps getting better and better."

"The atmosphere was crazy and Auburn played well," four-star 2019 cornerback Reddy Steward said.

Many of the country’s best 2020s were also witnesses.

"My family and I enjoyed the game," four-star 2019 receiver Quinton Torborsaid. "The atmosphere was electrifying. My second time visiting Jordan-Hare Stadium and it just keeps getting better and better."

"The atmosphere was crazy and Auburn played well," four-star 2019 cornerback Reddy Steward said.

Many of the country’s best 2020s were also witnesses.

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On 11/11/2017 at 2:15 AM, corchjay said:

Good to see Dazalin Worsham on the list.  Kid will be a beast by 2020.  Electric speed as a sophomore.  Will be a 5 star and probably the top player in the state.

Go Huskies. 

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Just now, Bigbens42 said:

Go Huskies. 

Dazalin has visited UGA a few times this year but on the interwebz last night he was blowing up at AU.  Crying laughing at the Soulja boy dancing

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13 hours ago, Randman5000 said:

Ohhhh man. War eagle boys!

Gotta know they loved that. Auburn put on a hell of a show last night. 

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1 minute ago, corchjay said:

Dazalin has visited UGA a few times this year but on the interwebz last night he was blowing up at AU.  Crying laughing at the Soulja boy dancing

Hope he follows Noah's footsteps and Trussville becomes a pipeline to AU. Josh Floyd is killing it here.

Got big bad Hoover this week. Time to make some noise. 

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28 minutes ago, thaitopher said:

After reading recruit's reactions I now consider Jubinor and Hill as locks.

I hope so but I don't think so. "In the heat of the moment" and all that. For what it's worth, there was never a more amazing group of talented recruits than were at that 1989 win over bammer in the Iron Bowl. Yet, by signing day in February the results were mildly disappointing, when considering what we all thought was going to happen.

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I don't think there could have ever been a better display to bring people into the fold for recruiting. QB play looked amazing. Receivers were making plays and the ball was being spread around like crazy. Offensive Line eventually took over the game and helped Kerryon gash Georgia at will. Showing we can run the ball against anyone.

Defensively it speaks for themselves. These guys were swarming and "eating" all night long. I'm amazed we didn't have any instant commitments. I would give so much to have been there!

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On 11/11/2017 at 10:10 AM, War to the Eagle said:

What's the latest on Dylan Wonnum?  I know we seemed to be in great shape for him at one point, but I've not heard anything in a while.

Did not make it saturday. Going to clemson vs scar on iron bowl weekend. So yah does not look good. His brother and the family connection will win out. I wish we would at least have been able to shoot our shot and get him here for a game. He would of been blown away yesterday and it could of shaken things up.

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23 minutes ago, atl-tiger said:

Smoke wasn't there?  I really hope we can keep him.

He is planning on coming to the IB. Probably just doing his due diligence. Not worried.....yet.

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