Wide receiver commitment Noah Igbinoghene (above) had a great first day of practice and should be a great fit in Auburn's offense at one of the inside receiver positions because of his explosiveness
Defensive back Malcolm Askew is performing well at cornerback this week after getting very little action his way this season at McAdory.
Linebacker K.J. Britt has shown his physical side during practice as both an inside linebacker and as a pass rusher
Defensive back Jordyn Peters had a pair of interceptions in Tuesday afternoon's practice and should be a good fit at safety for the Tigers
Linebacker Tadarian Moultry is a talented athletically and may be used more as a pass rusher this week, something he could do at Auburn as well
Uncommitted wide receiver Henry Ruggs is a smooth athlete that is a natural pass catcher
Uncommitted defensive line prospect Alec Jackson showed up well on Tuesday and has a knack for batting down passes at the line of scrimmage with his 6-4 frame and long arms
Defensive end Ryan Johnson has the frame to be a big, physical defensive lineman on the next level that could eventually slide inside to tackle at the college of his choice.
Britt, Moultry and Thomas Johnston work together during practice. Johnston is the all-time leading tackler in Alabama high school history and could be on Auburn's campus this weekend. He's already visited Arkansas and Iowa, but could visit Auburn Saturday afternoon following the Alabama-Mississippi Game at Cramton Bowl.