Auburn football targets to watch on Early Signing Day

Several Auburn football targets are set to commit to a program today, and here are the times and locations.
Auburn High School's Towns McGough (33) kicks the go ahead field goal against Hoover during their
Auburn High School's Towns McGough (33) kicks the go ahead field goal against Hoover during their / Mickey Welsh / Advertiser / USA TODAY

It's Early National Signing Day, and several Auburn football targets will be deciding where they'll play college ball today.

The early national signing period begins today, December 20, and lasts through December 22nd, meaning prospects from all over the country will be signing with their college programs. The Auburn football program has 20 hard commits going into today, but could see several more commits added when all is said and done.

Below are the times and locations where several Auburn football targets are set to commit and sign later today, per Auburn Daily.

5-star defensive lineman LJ McCray

McCray, who is currently committed to Florida, will sign at 9:00 a.m. central time. Both Auburn football and Florida State are flip contenders for the DL.

5-star safety KJ Bolden

Bolden, the #1 safety in the recruiting class of 2024, is scheduled to sign at noon with his teammates at his high school in Buford, GA. Though he said earlier this week he fully intends to sign with Florida State, both Georgia and Auburn have been pushing for his commitment.

4-star defensive lineman Amaris Williams

Williams, another Florida commit, is the #1 prospect out of North Carolina. He will announce from his school in Clinton, NC. Ohio State and Auburn football are the two flip candidates here.

3-star offensive tackle Favour Edwin

Auburn football has been a factor for Edwin throughout his recruitment, but the Tigers could never lock down a commitment. Now, it's a battle between Alabama, Florida, and Auburn for the OT, who has not publicly announced a time for his decision.

Kicker Towns McGough

The Auburn High School product will decide tomorrow at a time that has not been publicly announced. The Tigers got in this one late, and McGough will decided between a PWO offer on the Plains and a scholarship offer from Ole Miss.