Welcome to The Podcast on the Plains, SEC Country’s daily Auburn football podcast with host Zac Blackerby. On the show Wednesday, Blackerby is joined by SEC Country’s Auburn recruiting expert Benjamin Wolk to discuss the future stars of the Auburn football team. On episode 38, Wolk discusses who visited Auburn last week to see their 49-10 victory over Mississippi State and who will be in town and on campus to watch Auburn take on Ole miss this weekend. The experts also reveal which big name Alabama commit will be spending his second straight weekend on the Plains and what it could mean for the in-state recruiting battle.
Auburn football podcast: Tigers lure Alabama commit for two visits in consecutive weeks
Here are some time marks to help you navigate the podcast:
- Start of the show: Wolk talks about the biggest two names in Auburn recruiting who were on campus last weekend against Mississippi State and what they thought of Auburn’s game-day experience. They were also extremely pleased with the product they saw on the field. The Tigers also hosted a top Alabama target and commit last weekend. Hear what he had to say about the Tigers, as well as why he is returning the the Plains this weekend against Ole Miss.
- 8-minute mark: Wolk reflects on a conversation with running back commit Asa Martin this past weekend regarding the Alabama fa nbase and how the fans have addressed Martin. He makes it clear to Wolk that his recruitment is over.
- 18-minute mark: Blackerby asks Wolk which recruits should be in Auburn this weekend for the matchup with Ole Miss. Among the biggest names is arguably the top defensive player in the state, who is scheduled to announce his commitment next Saturday. Wolk talks about how huge of an opportunity this could be for Auburn.
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