Auburn football podcast: Iron Bowl win propels Tiger recruiting

Welcome to The Podcast on the Plains, SEC Country’s daily Auburn football podcast with host Zac Blackerby. On the show Wednesday, Blackerby is joined by SEC Country’s Ben Wolk to discuss Auburn’s latest commitment. On episode 78, the guys talk about new Tiger commit Zakoby McClain, a 4-star linebacker. Wolk also shares who was in attendance at the Iron Bowl last weekend and who may be leaning more toward Auburn moving forward.

Auburn football podcast: Iron Bowl win propels Tigers recruiting

Here are time marks to help you navigate the podcast:

  • Start of the show: Wolk shares the news of Auburn landing another recruit. He breaks down McClain’s skill set and what he could do well for Auburn. He also explains what his commitment could mean for the signing class.
  • 6-minute mark: Blackerby asks Wolk about the future of Auburn’s linebackers.
  • 13-minute mark: Wolk starts talking about all of the Auburn targets and recruits that were in attendance for Saturday’s Iron Bowl.
  • 17-minute mark: The recruiting expert talks about wide receiver Justyn Ross and his time at Auburn. Hear how Auburn is gaining ground on Clemson for his commitment.
  • 28-minute mark: Wolk wraps up his talk on the offensive line with the biggest target, Trey Hill. As more time passes, he believes Auburn will end up with Hill in their signing class.
  • End of the show: The guys talk about what else Auburn can do on the defensive side of their recruiting class.

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