Auburn football sophomore predicted to get 93 rating in EA Sports College Football 25

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Auburn football sophomore DL Keldric Faulk was predicted by Auburnundercover's Nathan King to receive a 93 rating in the EA Sports College Football 25 video game; good for the highest rating of any Tiger.

"This prediction is a bit of a dice roll on our part, seeing as Faulk isn't as proven as most of the other names on this list," King prefaced before saying, "But his talent as a former top recruit — paired with NFL-like physical attributes at 6-foot-6 and 280 pounds — make Faulk a prime candidate to be a freak show along Auburn's defensive front in 2024. All signs from spring practice point toward improvement for the sophomore, after he started seven games last season and already flashed some dominant abilities. Simply put, Faulk has all the markings of a game-wrecking defensive lineman."

Rivaldo Fairweather (91) and Alex McPherson (90) were the only other Auburn players predicted to break the 90 threshold. All 10 ratings predictions from King were an 82 or higher.

When will EA Sports College Football 25 be released?

The grand return of EA Sports' "NCAA Football" franchise -- interestingly enough, the non-profit monolith's namesake was dropped from the game's title -- will be released on July 19 on PlayStation®5 and Xbox Series X|S.

Unfortunately for PC gamers, EA Sports College Football 25 will not be released. Not during the initial launch, anyway.

We know at least one Auburn Tiger who'll be playing EA Sports College Football 25: quarterback Hank Brown. The second-year QB told Auburn Daily that he always played the game growing up.

"Growing up playing this game, it's going to be so dope to able to play as myself in there at quarterback," Brown said. "I've always dreamed of one day being in a video game and all I can do is give glory to God that the dream has come true." 

We all owe glory to God for EA Sports bringing college football back to consoles across the country.