Killen, Ala.--Kameron Stutts was one of a handful of commitments in Auburn on Saturday for Big Cat weekend and the offensive tackle from Brooks High School spent part of his time helping recruit potential future teammates.
“My goal was to just have fun and talk to everybody,” Stutts said. “I wanted to get to know the coaches better and build relationships.”
Stutts noted that he spent extra time with Austin High School running back Asa Martin and Central High School wide receiver Justyn Ross in attempt to get them to join him as members of AU’s 2018 football signee class. The four-star offensive tackle said that he believes he can help Auburn’s offensive coaches pull in Ross and Martin, two of the more highly-regarded high school seniors in the state for the 2017 season.
A major theme of Big Cat weekends is to have fun and participate in competitions with other recruits. He joined right in with a strong performance in his event.
“It was my first pie eating contest,” Stutts said with a laugh. “I ate the whole thing with plenty of time. Everyone else was only half way done.
“I’m not even a big fan of bananas, but I had to do what I had to do for the team,” he added.
Standing six-feet-four and weighing in at 312 pounds, he committed to the Tigers on A-Day in April. Stutts and guard Jalil Irvin from Stephenson High in Stone Mountain, Ga., are Auburn’s two current offensive line commitments. Stutts chose the Tigers over offers from SEC programs Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Missouri along with Duke and Virginia Tech from the ACC.