Welcome to The Podcast on the Plains, SEC Country’s daily Auburn Tigers podcast with host Zac Blackerby. In this edition, SEC Country’s Benjamin Wolk joins the show to discuss the latest in Auburn recruiting. In Episode 18, the experts discuss who was present for Auburn’s season-opening win over Georgia Southern. They also look ahead to what the matchup with Clemson means this Saturday in Death Valley.
Auburn football podcast: Week 2 recruiting breakdown
Start of the show: Wolk and Blackerby discuss how recruiting picks up during the football season. Auburn hit the ground running last weekend, bringing some highly touted targets to campus despite not playing a big-name opponent. Wolk shares the list of Auburn recruits who were at Jordan-Hare Stadium for the opener. While a lot of the players there were already committed to Auburn, there were a handful of top-notch guys who are uncommitted. Wolk shares who they were and what they were most impressed with on Saturday.
12-minute mark: Blackerby and Wolk look ahead to the game this weekend, which features two ranked teams in what has the makings of an impressive showing by both teams. Both groups of Tigers are going hard after three particular recruits. One of the three is committed to Auburn and another is committed to Clemson.
20-minute mark: Blackerby asks Wolk what stood out to him last Saturday. Wolk was on the field taking pictures and revealed some solid opinions about what he thinks of this Auburn defensive unit. He thinks Auburn has a good chance against Clemson but is not ready to pick the Tigers from Alabama to win.
End of show: Wolk reveals who he believes will be the next player to commit to Auburn.
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