Auburn football: Cam Coleman wants all five infinity stones

Auburn football wide receiver commit Cam Coleman says the Tigers' 2024 class is missing just one infinity stone from the roster.

Central Phenix City   s Cam Coleman (8) turns up field after making a catch against Percy Julian at
Central Phenix City s Cam Coleman (8) turns up field after making a catch against Percy Julian at / Jake Crandall/ Advertiser / USA TODAY
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Auburn football wide receiver commit Cam Coleman says the Tigers' 2024 class is missing just one infinity stone from the roster

The early signing period is just days away, and the Auburn football coaching staff is hoping that all the work they've put in will pay off with a few more commits to add to the Tigers' recruiting class of 2024. With 20 commits ahead of the period, which begins Wednesday, December 20, Auburn football is just outside the top ten recruiting classes in the nation.

However, things could change quickly with more commits pledging to join the Tigers. There are quite a few recruits to keep an eye on ahead of early signing day, including LJ McCray (Florida commit), Amaris Williams (Florida commit), and Coen Echols (uncommitted), but some will wait to sign until the next period in February.

5-star wide receiver Ryan Williams, who is currently committed to Alabama, will wait to sign until February, and the Auburn football program is not going to give up on recruiting him until the pen is put to paper. This weekend, Williams joined several Auburn commits at the Auburn basketball game against USC. According to Auburn Rivals, 5-star wide receiver commit Cam Coleman believes the Tigers have four out of the five infinity stones from the 2024 class:

"Avengers, he had all the infinity stones except one," Coleman said. "Ryan’s the last one, we’re just waiting on him. I think we’re just looking for that last infinity stone."

The Auburn football wide receiver commits—Cam Coleman, Bryce Cain, Perry Thompson, and Malcolm Simmons—in addition to Ryan Williams, have been widely referred to as "The Freeze Five" and are all working hard to get Williams to flip his commitment from the Tide.

It will be an in-state battle down to the wire, but the Tigers are doing everything right to stay in the race until February.