A longtime commitment to Notre Dame, the 5-11, 175 Darby visited Auburn for a camp last summer and has shown interest in the Tigers despite his commitment to the Fighting Irish. Mr. Versatility for his high school team at Oxon High in Potomac, MD, Darby is one of the fastest players in the country for the 2012 class.
A state champion in both the 100 meter (10.5) and 200 meter (21.2) last year, Darby is a talented player that is expected to be an early contributor on the next level on defense and special teams.
Rated as the number 32 quarterback prospect in the country, big Jeremy Liggins from Lafayette High in Oxford, Miss. is being recruited as an athlete by the Auburn Tigers that could play on either side of the football. The 6-4, 275-pounder is trying to help his team to the 4A state title once again and he's doing his part this season.
In 13 games Liggins has his season totals up to 1,580 passing yards with 14 touchdowns, and 880 rushing yards with 17 touchdowns In addition to Auburn, Liggins is also looking at Alabama, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, and Georgia. It will be the second visit to Auburn for Liggins as he visited the Plains in April.
They will join the nation's top outside linebacker Kwon Alexander, the number one center prospect in the country Evan Boehm, the number four defensive tackle in the country Eddie Goldman, the fifth-ranked wide receiver Cyrus Jones, and commitments T.J. Yeldon, Cassanova McKinzy, Gimel President and Will Latu as official visitors this weekend.