Class of 2024 Auburn football wideout commit Bryce Cain, a Mobile-area 3-star out of Baker, has the best trait an incoming receiver can have: a rapport in the works with Hugh Freeze’s hand-picked gunslinger, Walker White. The two built a connection at Auburn Elite Camp according to Auburn Daily’s Andrew Stefaniak.
“One thing that stood out about Cain’s reps at Auburn’s camp was that he was quickly building a connection with quarterback commit Walker White,” Stefaniak wrote. “These two could be a one-two punch on the Plains for years to come.”
Cain, to his credit, agreed.
“He said he can give me the rock, I’m all for it,” Cain said (h/t Auburn Rivals). “I’m loving it. I think we already got the chemistry down pact and I love it.”
With standout measurables (40-yard dash time in the 4.4 range) and a frame akin to Heisman Trophy winner at Alabama and current Philadelphia Eagles star Devonta Smith, Cain could be someone to watch from the jump next season when Freeze’s first full recruiting class debuts on the Plains.
Auburn football Class of 2024 continues its in-house recruitment
Freeze is getting serious buy-in from the Class of 2024, getting voluntary recruiting assistants from the incoming players. Of course, in this day and age, these players aren’t working for free, with NIL giving everyone the opportunity to cash out on there being more eyes on a superior product on the field.
Still, White has been a vocal recruiter of other recruits in his class, and tight end commit Martavious Collins pledged his goal to get another Mobile-area recruit, Perry Thompson, to join the 2024 class.
“I’ve been trying to recruit Perry Thompson and a couple other of those guys,” Collins said (h/t Auburn Rivals). “I feel like it’s going pretty good. I’m still continuing it and keeping connections with them because I’m trying to get them here.”
Wouldn’t it be something if every recruiting class moving forward were to have a committed contingent that is this passionate about bringing others to the cause?