Auburn football RB snaps may be distributed between several backs
Remember on Saturday that whatever you see out of the Auburn RB room, it’s not 100% of the possible contributions. Jarquez Hunter will be missing A-Day and the rest of spring practice recovering from a knee injury.
That said, it appears that Sean Jackson and Jordon Ingram will be getting plenty of burn behind Tank Bigsby. It’s important to know that Bigsby lost momentum last season, and having more depth could only help preserve his body for the long haul.
Saturday’s exhibition will be a bad example for how the team’s backs will handle the physicality of an SEC schedule. Still, it could give us an idea of how Bryan Harsin plans on divvying up rushes in the backfield.
Auburn football WRs have the chance to put their names on the map
There is plenty of room for one of the Tiger wideouts to stick their metaphorical flag in the dirt as a possible big-play option in 2022.
What’s lacking in the AU WR room are proven players with experience in the nation’s toughest conference, but A-Day is a good chance for someone to show that they will do what it takes to carry their portion of the offense in battle.
All it takes is one deep-ball, one slant route to turn into a score. Then there’s a different narrative for a perceived position of weakness for Auburn.
WR/TE hybrid Landen King is our pick to impress the most on Saturday from the Tigers WR room.