Auburn wide receivers coach Kodi Burns (above) is shown in his first practice with the Tigers coaching the position.
New defensive backs coach Wesley "Crimedog" McGriff made the move to Auburn from the New Orleans Saints.
Center Xavier Dampeer looks good physically as the Tigers start spring practice. Dampeer received a medical hardship redshirt last season and will be a senior again this fall.
Senior offensive lineman Jordan Diamond, who has been limited by injuries throughout his time at Auburn, is healthy as the Tigers open spring practices.
Redshirt freshman Marquel Harrell is a player who has a chance to make some noise in his career on the offensive line.
Mike Horton will challenge for one of the open tackle spots this spring after redshirting last fall as a freshman.
Senior Jeremy Johnson and redshirt sophomore Sean White are the two quarterbacks who shared started duties last season.
Wide receiver Kyle Davis graduated from high school in December and enrolled for classes at Auburn in January.
Redshirt freshman quarterback Tyler Queen is being allowed to throw up to 50 passes in a practice, not including warmup tosses, as he comes back from Tommy John surgery.
Tight end Landon Rice, who was a captain in the Under Armour All-American Game, is an early high school graduate who has a chance to contribute early as a college player.