Auburn Tigers News: A-Day schedule of events, 4-star DL decommits from Auburn football

In today's edition of Auburn Tigers news, the schedule of events for the spring A-Day game has been announced, and a 4-star defensive lineman has reopened his recruitment.

Dec 30, 2023; Nashville, TN, USA;  Auburn Tigers players do the Tiger Walk during pregame warmups at
Dec 30, 2023; Nashville, TN, USA; Auburn Tigers players do the Tiger Walk during pregame warmups at / Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports
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In today's edition of Auburn Tigers news, the schedule of events for the spring A-Day game has been announced, and a 4-star defensive lineman has reopened his recruitment

A-Day is less than a month away on the Plains, and the university has officially released a schedule of events for the weekend of April 5-7.

Auburn softball will host the War Eagle Classic, facing both Louisiana Tech and Georgia Tech, and Auburn baseball will host Tennessee in a three-game series. The College Vault Pop-Up shop will be at Plainsman Park on Friday and Saturday to celebrate the history of Auburn baseball. Volleyball will go up against Alabama on Friday night, and Men's Tennis has matches on Friday and Sunday.

Leading up to the spring game, which will start at 1:00 p.m. on April 6, fans will have the opportunity to attend the Tiger Trail Induction Ceremony, get autographs from the players, and watch the alumni flag football game. For a full schedule of events, check out the official announcement from Auburn.

4-star defensive lineman has reopened his recruitment

In the wake of former defensive line coach Jeremy Garrett heading to the NFL, a second Auburn football defensive line commit has reopened his recruitment. 4-star Kalen Edwards committed last November after a visit to the Plains for the Iron Bowl, but announced this week on his personal X account that he would be reconsidering the pledge.

A native of Dyersburg, Tennessee, Edwards is ranked as the #32 defensive lineman in the recruiting class of 2025 and is the #10 player out of his state. He is the second defensive lineman to decommit after Antonio Coleman, who recently flipped back to Alabama.

Auburn football's recruiting class of 2025 is now down to seven commits, and has an overall ranking of #8 and a conference ranking of #3 behind LSU and Oklahoma.