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My first post so please forgive me if someone already asked. I can't find a search feature on the forum.
So far we have one player (Dion Wade) commited to sign in April. How many other players does CTB plan on signing in the regular signing period?
Bump. Still interested to know how many recruits AU BB plans to sign in April.
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This should help.
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Thanks but the link only tells who signed in the early period and who is committed for the regular signing period. But it does not specify how many more recruits AU is looking to sign in April.
This post was edited by AUbourne 17 months ago
Thats because no one other than CTB knows for sure how many he will sign in the late period. I have heard the coaches say that we may sign 1-2 more. Attrition, if there is any, will play a role.
Auburn is hoping to add one more big man to the class and another guard. I'll have more specifics on the targets in the coming weeks.
Thanks! Appreciate the response and look forward to reading up on the targets.
Every time I look at Basketball recruiting I am disappointed. Either this site doesn't keep up with AU basketball recruiting or Barbee isn't even trying. I don't know which. According to this site we aren't even recruiting any top 100 players. Every other SEC program is signing at least 1-2 per year while Florida and Kentucky are signing more than that per year.
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