Trussville, Ala.--A four-star wide receiver signee and one of the top high school athletes in the country, Auburn signee Noah Igbinoghene was one of the most interested spectators on Saturday when the Tigers suited up for the A-Day game at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
Watching as the Tigers threw the ball all over the field with quarterbacks Jarrett Stidham and Malik Willis having impressive days, Igbinoghene said he was fired up after seeing Auburn's success in the passing game.
"I liked it," Igbinoghene said. "Wide receivers like to get the ball a lot so it will be fun just to throw it around.
"Just the throwing and running together," he added. "Just the balance of it, I really liked it."
Getting his first opportunity to see both the redshirt sophomore Stidham and the true freshman Willis in action, Igbinoghene said he's looking forward to seeing what the future holds at the position for the Tigers.
"They're really good," he said. "I think it will be a fun competition to watch for a few years."
A dynamic track athlete with the speed to stretch a defense, Igbinoghene also has the hands that would allow him to work the middle of the field in Auburn's offense. Well-rounded and a hard worker, he said it's just about finding the right fit for him when he gets on campus.
"I'll probably work in the passing game and in the motion game a little bit," he said. "Just getting the ball in my hands any way will be good.
"I can't wait to get there in a month."