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2023 Auburn Football Projected Scholarship Table


A new era is dawning on the Plains.

After Bryan Harsin’s disastrous tenure as head coach lasted less than two seasons, Hugh Freeze is now in charge of Auburn, tasked with rebuilding the program to the point where he can once again compete for the championships. Freeze has quite the business as he attempts to close the gap between Auburn and arch-rivals Alabama and Georgia and bring the Tigers back into national relevance and college football playoff discussion. .

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Freeze’s inaugural coaching staff is in place, but that’s only part of the equation. Roster management is a major part of the job ahead for Freeze as Auburn works to retool its staff and replenish the talent needed to compete with the top programs in the nation. Between high school and college recruiting, the transfer portal, and NIL, workforce management has changed in recent years and is a much more involved business throughout the year.

We’ve already seen some of that with the early signing window in December, with Freeze and Co. signing the bulk of the Tigers’ 2023 class, as well as the fall transfer window. The numbers will continue to evolve when it comes to Auburn’s roster for the 2023 season, with some key needs yet to be met, but let’s take a look at the Tigers roster situation as it stands today. today.

Here’s a look at Auburn’s projected scholarship breakdown for 2023. will update this scholarship chart whenever the Tigers have a roster change: players graduate, leave early for the draft, transfer , are fired from the team and engage or disengage from the next recruiting class. Below is the updated scholarship table heading into 2023, broken down by class. Some positions can be fluid – like cornerback and safety, as well as defensive end and defensive tackle, depending on spring practices, roster-based staff decisions and potential position changes.

Seniors: 21

Junior: 17

Second year students: 13

First year students: 25

Total number of scholarship players projected for 2023: 76

2024 commits: 2

Incoming transfers: 3

Position Seniors junior Second year students Freshmen commit
QC TJ Finley (red shirt) Robby Ashford (red shirt) Holden Geriner (red shirt), Hank Brown Adrian Posse (2024)
RB Jarquez Hunter Damari Alston, Sean Jackson (red shirt) Jeremiah Cobb (2023)
WR Ja’Varrius Johnson (red shirt), Malcolm Johnson Jr. Koy Moore (red shirt) Landen King (red shirt), Camden Brown, Omari Kelly, Jay Fair Daquayvious Sorey
AND Luke Deal (red shirt), Tyler Fromm (red shirt), Brandon Frazier Good weather Rivaldo Micah Riley-Ducker (red shirt)
TO Dillon Wade (red shirt), Izavion Miller (JUCO transfer) Garner Langlo (red shirt), Colby Smith (red shirt) EJ Harris (red shirt), Clay Wedin, Tyler Johnson
OG/C Jalil Irvin (super senior), Kam Stutts (super senior), Jeremiah Wright, Tate Johnson Avery Jernigan (red shirt) Bradyn Joiner, Connor Lew
FROM/BOARD Elijah McAllister (super senior) Dylan Brooks (red shirt), Tobechi Okoli (red shirt) Wilky Denaud, Brenton Williams, Darron Reed, Keldric Faulk
DT Marcus Harris Jeffrey M’ba, Jayson Jones (red shirt), Zykeivous Walker (red shirt), Quientrail Jamison-Travis (JUCO transfer) Enyce Sledge (red shirt), Stephen Johnson
KG Wesley Steiner, Cam Riley, Desmond Tisdol, Eugene Asante, Kameron Brown (red shirt) Jacques Levant Robert Woodyard (red shirt), Powell Gordon (red shirt)
BC Nehemiah Pritchett (fifth year senior), DJ James, Jaylin Simpson (red shirt) Keionte Scott J.D. Rime Austin Ausberry (red shirt), JC Hart, Kayin Lee, Colton Hood A’Mon Lane (2024)
S Zion Puckett (red shirt) Donovan Kaufman (red shirt), Marquise Gilbert, Craig McDonald (red shirt), Cayden Bridges Caleb in wood Terrance LoveSylvester Smith
K Alex McPherson (red shirt)
P Oscar Chapman

Tom Green is a Beat Auburn reporter for Alabama Media Group. Follow him on Twitter @Tomas_Verde.



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