Maryland teammates visiting

BIG GROUP FROM GOOD COUNSEL: 3-star safety Kirk Garner from Good Counsel in Olney, Md., recently picked up an offer from Auburn to put his total close to 20. Garner and several of his highly recruited teammates plan to visit Auburn’s Junior Day this upcoming Saturday.

Garner plans to visit AU with several teammates.

"I'm wide open to everyone,” Garner told 247Sports. “I'm still in the process of getting to know everyone right now. That's why I'm taking these visits."

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MORE OFFERS FOR 4-STAR RB: 4-star running back Tyshon Dye from Elbert County in Elberton, Ga., picked up three big offers last week from Auburn, Tennessee and South Carolina. He already had offers from Clemson, Georgia and USC. He’s in no hurry to make a decision.

“I haven’t really narrowed down anything yet, and I’m going to try to visit the schools that have offered,” Dye told 247Sports.

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BAMA OFFERS IN-STATE ATHLETE: 4-star athlete Jason Smith from McGill-Toolen in Mobile, Ala., picked up his first offer from Auburn last month at a Junior Day. This past Saturday, he attended Alabama’s Junior Day and added an offer from the Tide. He also has offers from Ole Miss and UAB.

“All the colleges to me are the same,” Smith told 247Sports. “I felt at home at both schools (Alabama and Auburn). Of all four schools that have offered me, I don’t have one higher than the others. I think wherever I go it will be nice. I want to talk to my parents more about the recruiting process and know what I have to do with qualifying and everything. I’m going to take some more visits.”

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Kelly has picked up nine big offers.

OFFERS ROLLING IN FOR 2014 WR: Auburn was the first to offer 2014 wide receiver Todd Kelly from Webb School Knoxville, Tenn. Now, nine more schools have stepped up making Kelly one of the most sought after sophomores in the country. His offers are from Auburn, Alabama, Tennessee, Clemson, Florida State, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Vanderbilt and Duke.

“I’m just going to take the process slow — I don’t have a leader right now or anything like that — and just get to campuses, take tours, and then I’ll be able to decide,” Kelly told 247Sports. “All offers are exceptional. People work and strive just to get one, so every time I get one, I’m very thankful.”

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HUGE WEEKENDS FOR FLORIDA AND TEXAS A&M: Florida and Texas A&M pulled in six commitments apiece during Junior Days over the weekend. The Gators’ commitments all came from in-state prospects: 4-star running back Kelvin Taylor from Glades Day in Belle Glades, 4-star cornerback Nick Washington from Trinity Christian in Jacksonville, 4-star wide receiver Rodney Adams from Lakewood in St. Petersburg, 4-star outside linebacker Quinton Powell from Mainland in Daytona Beach, 3-star outside linebacker Dillan Lawson from Crestview and 3-star safety Keanu Neal from South Sumter in Bushnell.

All of Texas A&M’s commitments were from the state of Texas including 4-star offensive tackle Ishmael Wilson from Bishop Dunne in Dallas, 3-star running back James White from Dawson in Pearland, 3-star running back Johnny Jefferson from Shoemaker in Killeen, 3-star safety Victor Davis from Terry in Rosenberg, 3-star safety Jonathan Wiggins Taylor in Houston and 3-star offensive guard Joas Aguilar from North Richland in Birdville.

THIS AND THAT: 4-star quarterback Jeremy Johnson from Carver in Montgomery, Ala., visited Auburn last Saturday and will be back this Saturday for the Junior Day ..... Michigan also had a huge weekend with eight 4-star commitments to give the Wolverines 11 total ..... 4-star quarterback Johnathon McCrary from Cedar Grove in Ellenwood, Ga., committed to Vanderbilt ..... athlete Anthony Sherrils from Hogan Prep in Kansas City, Mo., committed to Missouri ..... Here’s a look at current SEC commit numbers: Texas A&M (12), Florida (10), Alabama (7), LSU (5), Georgia (5), Tennessee (4), Missouri (3), Auburn (2), Arkansas (1), Ole Miss (1), South Carolina (1), Vanderbilt (1), Kentucky (0) and Mississippi State (0).

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