KAMERON STUTTS (PHOTO BY JASON CALDWELL)

Big 2018 OL Kameron Stutts Sees Plenty To Like At Auburn

Massive offensive line prospect Kameron Stutts talks about his weekend visit to Auburn and what he likes about the Tigers.

Killen, Ala.--One of the top offensive line prospects in Alabama for the 2018 class, Brooks High standout Kameron Stutts was on the Auburn campus recently to check out the Tigers and watch them go through spring drills.

Spending time with both Gus Malzahn and Auburn OL Coach Herb Hand while on the visit, Brooks said getting to talk with them about the program was a big part of his trip.

“I talked to Coach Gus and we had a good conversation,” the 6-4, 312 Stutts said. “He told me how it’s a really close family at Auburn, and how they have really good academics and academic support.

"Me and Coach Hand talked pretty much all day about different stuff,” he added. “He talked to me about what it would be like playing at Auburn."

Growing up in the state Stutts said he’s familiar with what Auburn and Jordan-Hare Stadium are like for gamedays, but wanted to see what life in Auburn was all about and also a feel for the campus.

“"I’ve been to a game, but I wanted to get a feel for the school and see how I felt about it,” Stutts said. ‘Everything is really nice. I really like the campus."

Planning to make a commitment sometime during his senior season or right after, Stutts said right now he doesn’t have any favorites among his offers that include Auburn, Duke, Mississippi State, Missouri, Ole Miss and Virginia Tech, but feels like the Tigers are a team that will be in the running for him for a long time.

"I don’t really have a top school, but they are pretty high up there,” Stutts said of Auburn. “I’ve been told if there is a school you’re supposed to be at, you can tell and you can feel it, and Auburn is definitely a really nice place that I enjoy being at. They run the same offense that we run, which is really nice. It would be easy for me switching over to college."


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