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Old staff offered him and the new staff is still evaluating ūü§Ē¬†

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4-star Texas DB puts Auburn in his top 10

ByKEITH NIEBUHR 20 hours ago 

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One of the top 2022 defensive recruits in the state of Texas appears to think highly of Auburn.

Landon Hullaby, a 4-star safety from Mansfield Timberview High, named a top 10 Monday of Auburn, Baylor, Cal, Mississippi State, Nebraska, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Oregon, Texas and TCU. He is the No. 17 safety and No. 38 recruit in the state of Texas for the class of 2022 in the industry generated 247Sports Composite.

Auburn offered Hullaby a scholarship last May. That offer likely came from former secondary coach Wesley McGriff, who now is at Florida. Now, Auburn's secondary recruiting is being handled by defensive coordinator Derek Mason and secondary coach Zac Etheridge, a former Tigers player. Both arrived at Auburn earlier this month.

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While it is not yet known if either Mason or Etheridge have made contact with Hullaby since being hired by the Tigers, it's worth noting Vanderbilt, where Mason was head coach prior to coming to Auburn, offered Hullaby back on Jan. 23, 2019. Additionally, Etheridge's most recent coaching stop was in Texas -- at Houston.

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The Tigers currently have two commitments for 2022 -- both defensive backs (Brian Dilworth of Florida and Jarell Stinson of Alabama). Auburn had a third 2022 defensive back committed until Andre Stewart of Georgia backed off that pledge recently.

Hullaby's brother is Texas running back Jaden Hullaby.

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I watched a lot of his film he players safety  like a centerfielder keeps eye on players in his area and in the backfield he reacts quickly when ball is the the air. On run support he is like a heat seeking missile he reacts quickly and gets to point of attack with tremendous closing speed.  Depending on the site he is either 5'9 159 pounds or 5'11' 165 pounds which is not real big but he plays really physically and has great grasp of the game. He seems equally adept at covering passes or run support.  He is definitely a player I would like to see at Auburn

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8. Wiggins slows down one of the nation’s best running attacks

If the name Quency Wiggins rings a bell, he's a 2022 defensive end from Madison Prep that recently took to the sport. A great basketball player, Wiggins quickly picked up playing on the edge. Earlier this year, he showed a high motor pressuring the quarterback and his length made him all-the-more effective.

Wiggins displayed another dimension of his game against Union Parish's power run game. He was able to take on multiple blockers and battle through double-teams and easily dispose of linemen and wrap up Trey Holly, which is no easy task. More on Holly to come soon.

Wiggins is enormously athletic and was very productive in his first season on the football team. He's taken to private training while continuing to stay in shape with hoops. It wouldn't be surprising at all if Wiggins elevated his game to new heights by next fall. Several SEC teams already have his attention.

"It's his first year of playing varsity ball and we're trying to teach him technique and tell him you should be able to do that, and then we said, 'Son, go out and play. You're 6-6, 275, we're gonna let you play and work with you from there,'" Madison Prep coach Landry Williams said. "He works real hard and he has a lot of talent and does anything you ask him to. If you believe in yourself and the people around you, then good things can happen for you."

 

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