More scenes from Auburn's A-Day game on Saturday at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Tray Matthews embraces Coach Pat Dye (above) on Saturday. Matthews is out after having shoulder surgery at the end of the 2015 season, but the safety is expected back this fall.
Andrew Williams has gotten bigger and stronger in his quest to get in the rotation on the defensive line.
Cole Bennett was a four-year contributor at tight end for the Tigers.
Quarterback Jeff Burger, center Ben Tamburello and safety Tommy Powell were keys to Auburn's success in the 1980's.
Quarterbacks Brandon Cox and Chris Todd are both frequent guests back on the Plains.
Marquel Harrell is an impressive redshirt freshman offensive lineman for the Tigers. He will have a chance to start at guard for Auburn following the departure of Alex Kozan.
Wide receiver Lawyer Tillman and defensive tackle David Rocker were 1980s standouts for the Tigers.
Redshirt freshman linebacker Richard McBryde should help the Tigers this season in providing depth at the position.
Former Auburn and Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Kendall Simmons is proud of his brick that will be placed on the Tiger Walk Plaza
Auburn's defensive coaches look on as walk-on running back C.J. Tolbert from Dadeville makes one of his several impressive plays during Saturday's game.
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