Auburn Visitor List--San Jose State

A look at some of the prospects expected in for Auburn's game against San Jose State.

Auburn, Ala.--Auburn takes on San Jose State this weekend in the second game of the 2014 season and with that comes another big recruiting visit list for the Tigers led by a large group of current commitments. Getting prospects back on campus is always a big part of a signing class and it’s something the Tigers are focusing on for this weekend’s game.

In town last weekend for Auburn’s win over Arkansas, four-star defender Jordan Colbert is expected to be back this Saturday, but he won’t be alone. With him will be his cousin, 2017 defensive end prospect Terry Fuller. Already 6-4, 250, Fuller had four sacks in his first varsity start at Griffin (Ga.) High last week.

Another visitor who had a monster game last week is Auburn quarterback commitment Tyler Queen. Leading his team to a big win over No. 2 North Gwinnett, Queen completed 27-39 passes for 379 yards and three touchdowns. He also added nearly 100 rushing yards and two scores on the ground as he led his team back from two scores down to win 36-29.

Up front three of Auburn’s commitment on the offensive line are expected to visit this weekend, including Scout’s newest four-star Marquel Harrell from Creekside. Along with him will be Bailey Sharp and Tyler Carr. Recovering after a bout with mono, Carr was in Auburn last weekend with his family and is expected to get back on the field in a small role for Southside High on Friday night.

One of the key areas for the Tigers in the 2015 class is on the defensive line, and Auburn’s lone commitment up front is expected to visit this weekend as well. Big Jauntavius Johnson from Lincoln is an impressive defensive tackle for the Golden Bears, but had his team’s only points in a 31-7 loss last week against Pell City.

Also expected to visit this weekend is Auburn’s newest commitment, punter/kicker Ian Shannon from Marietta (Ga.) High. He was in town for last weekend’s victory over Arkansas and he said the goal is to make every home game this season.

It should also be a big weekend for underclassmen to visit the Tigers led by four-star outside linebacker P.J. Blue from Jemison. Already with an offer from the Clemson Tigers, Blue visited Auburn for a camp over the summer and already has a good relationship with the coaching staff. He’s also hearing from Georgia, Alabama and others.

P.J. Blue

A physical running back who has made several trips to Auburn, 2016 standout Kingston Davis is expected to be on the Plains this weekend following Prattville’s long road trip to Gulfport, Miss. for a game. Last week in an opening win over Stanhope-Elmore, Davis ran for 115 yards with 79 coming in the fourth quarter.

Two of the top offensive line prospects in the Auburn/Opelika area will also be at Jordan-Hare Stadium on Saturday as 2016 lineman Tyler Pritchett from Auburn High School is scheduled to be back on campus after taking part in a summer camp with the Tigers in July. Visiting last weekend, Lanett’s Branquavius Bussey is also expected to be back this Saturday as well. The 2015 prospect is currently committed to Arkansas State.

Other talented underclassmen expected to visit include 2016 running back Damariuos Owensby from Central High in Carrollton, Ga., 2017 defensive lineman Garrison Groulx and linebacker Chase Monroe from Davidson (N.C. Day School), 2016 defensive tackle Damian Bounds Jr. from Stockbridge (Ga.) High and fellow junior teammate, running back Jamari Clark, 2017 athlete Isaac Miller from Harrison High in Kennesaw, Ga., and 2016 linebacker Riley Cole from Oneonta High School.

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