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2019 4* OG Keiondre Jones Commits to AU!!!

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Awesome news! Kid has a lot of potential!

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3 minutes ago, ellitor said:

You just posted the same thing E.

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WOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!! LETSSSSSSSS GOOOOOOOOOOO BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! War Damn Keiondre JONES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

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Auburn stays hot in Georgia, lands four-star OL Keiondre Jones
 

Chad Simmons • Rivals.com
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Auburn now has 13 commitments in the 2019 class and six of them have come from prospects in Georgia.

Jakai Clark, Tyler Fromm, Owen Pappoe, Jashawn Sheffield and Jaylin Simpson are Peach State prospects that committed to the Tigers earlier this year and Keiondre Jones is the latest to pledge to Gus Malzahn. The Rivals250 offensive lineman out of Hoganville (Ga.) Callaway chose the Tigers over Florida and Mississippi State.

IN HIS OWN WORDS

"It actually wasn’t long ago — maybe a couple weeks that I had a feeling that Auburn was the right school for me," said Jones. "Everything kind of fell in place for me to choose Auburn after that.

"It feels like home and Auburn was close to the top of my list for a very long time. Then, I just kind of got a feeling that it was the place for me. I was torn between all three schools for a long time — for months, especially after all three official visits.

"The family feel played a huge part in why I chose Auburn. They also have a need at my position and I have the chance to compete, so that is another thing I like. It’s really the home school for me because it’s right down the road.

"The push they made recently helped a lot. I used to feel like they were too close to home, but now it’s more of a plus than a negative. My official there really shook everything up. When I really got around the program and experienced the family aspect. That was important.

"Coach Grimes (offensive line) is my guy. He reminds me of like a grandfather type and I feel like he genuinely cares about his players. I know how hard I’ll go for somebody that I feel that with.

"The coaches were really shocked and excited when I committed and the hugs they gave me were so genuine. I could really feel like that was the place for me. I’m happy to be blessed with the opportunity to get a great education, be around great people, play in front of great fans, get great coaching and play big time ball right down the road.

"I’m extremely happy with my decision."

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Jones is one of those recruits that started being evaluated at a very young age. The more you see a kid sometimes, the tougher you are on them as an analyst. He was big at a young age and had good mobility, so he stood out early. He has played a lot of tackle in high school, but he is a guard all the way in college and he looks like he will be a very good one. He had an outstanding performance at the Rivals 100 Five-Star Challenge a few weeks ago and he went up against some of the best in the country. He has a great base, he anchors well and he is very strong. He is more athletic than most expect him to be too.

 

 

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CHOOOOO CHOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This train is almost full and about to leave the station!!!!!! Get on or you will get left behind.

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Another Tigers commit, 5-star linebacker Owen Pappoe of Grayson (Ga.), told Auburn Undercover earlier this month he thinks Auburn will finish with a top-five class. As for Jones? “Top five might be an understatement,” he said. link

 

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25 minutes ago, WFE12 said:

You just posted the same thing E.

huh? That's a different video. Also the blub in your last post is in the video.

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1 minute ago, ellitor said:

huh? That's a different video. Also the blub in your last post is in the video.

Click on it. There's an error because it plays the same video I posted.

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Love the confidence from he and Pappoe. IMO, it's more important then ever to get some big recruiters committed early to influence other players. Think AU has done a great job with that this year.

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If somehow they could pull WANYA  in this class it would explode the pups and bammers heads!!  We need a big time tackle somehow to stop the misses we have been having in recruiting there ....

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22 hours ago, lost said:

If somehow they could pull WANYA  in this class it would explode the pups and bammers heads!!  We need a big time tackle somehow to stop the misses we have been having in recruiting there ....

IF we get a 5 star to flip this cycle it will be Haselwood and not Wanya. He is all vol......... Keith said this about 10 minutes ago in reference to flipping Wanya: 

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I'm told Wanya is going to take a lot of work. Mom is all UT. Kid also likes UT a lot. Won't be easy.

 

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welcome aboard to the best school in the SEC and obviously the state of Alabama. Auburn, the university of Alabama!

I wonder how much we will jump in the rankings?

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27 minutes ago, doc4aday said:

welcome aboard to the best school in the SEC and obviously the state of Alabama. Auburn, the university of Alabama!

I wonder how much we will jump in the rankings?

I think I saw to 12th!

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