The class of 2012 cornerback prospect from Foley High School ran the fastest time at the June camp, a 4.47 40 on a slow grass field that day.
At the July camp he caught the attention of Coach Gene Chizik's staff. "I came back up to Auburn again to show people I could cover as well as I did last time," he says. "I wanted to show them the first time wasn't luck. I felt like I performed well.
"I talked to Coach (Phillip) Lolley, who is Auburn's cornerback coach, and I talked to the safeties coach (Tommy Thigpen), too," the rising senior says. "Coach Lolley told me likes me and he is going to fight for me (to get a scholarship offer) to get me in."
Autrey says he had two interceptions and "40 to 50" tackles as a junior. He is getting looks from a variety of colleges in addition to Auburn, but the 5-8, 170 cornerback, who has a 35 1/2 vertical leap, is waiting for that first scholarship offer to arrive.
He notes that he will be a 3 1/2 year starter in high school who has a goal of breaking the Foley High interception record as a senior. "At our school Robert Lester has the most picks in school history with seven so I am going to try to get eight or nine," he says.