Top 2012 prospects expected to visit

For two straight weeks, Auburn has hosted most of the state’s top prospects and many more from around the Southeast. There won’t be quite as many in Auburn this Saturday for the ULM game but there will still be plenty of talent.

2012 DE Jake Whaley

One of the top prospects expected to visit Auburn is wide receiver/cornerback D.J. White from Union Grove in McDonough, Ga.

White, who is 5-foot-10 and 170 pounds, was a standout at an Auburn camp this summer. He has an offer from Auburn and interest from a number of other SEC and ACC schools.

Three more 2012 Georgia prospects are also expected to attend the Auburn-ULM game at 11 am CT in defensive lineman Justin Alabi from North Gwinnett in Suwanee, defensive end Ladarius Banks East Paulding in Dallas, and running back Nathan Staub from Buford High.

Two top prospects from the state of Florida are also on the visitor list in defensive tackle Dalvon Stuckey from Ft. Walton Beach High and cornerback T.J. Davis from Godby in Tallahassee.

Stuckey, who has double-digit offers, made an early commitment to Florida State a couple of weeks ago. Davis already has offers from Florida, Florida State, Ohio State, South Carolina, Ole Miss, Louisville and South Florida.

Several of the state of Alabama’s top 2012 prospects are also expected at the game including defensive end Jake Whaley of Briarwood Christian in Birmingham, running back Tyler Hayes from Thomasville High and wide receiver Alex Taylor from West Limestone in Athens.

Defensive end Brian Whitaker from Westside in Macon, Ga., the younger brother of Auburn freshman defensive tackle Jeff Whitaker, is also expected to attend the game. Whitaker is a 2013 prospect to watch.

Several of Auburn commitments are expected to attend the game including center Reese Dismukes, offensive lineman Thomas O’Reilly and safety Anthony Swain.

[i]***Stay tuned to AuburnUndercover.com for coverage of all of Auburn’s visitors this Saturday.[/i]

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