Cavari Dailey, a 6-2, 205-pounder from Plantation High School, says he is very interested in the Tigers. With 4.5 speed and a knack for making big plays, he is considered one of the top performers in talent-rich Broward County where he was a four-year starter in high school.
"Since I have never been to Auburn before, I am excited about making the trip," he tells Inside the Auburn Tigers. "I want to see how I might fit in there and what the players and the coaches are like."
Dailey was scheduled to visit the Wolfpack of North Carolina State this weekend, but changed that and is now set to be in town for Auburn's first January weekend of official recruiting visits.
He is also considering Miami, where he is scheduled to visit on the 25th, and has had offers from other colleges, but says he has narrowed his college choices to three schools.
He had 110 tackles as a senior with three interceptions as he helped Plantation post an 8-3 record with a trip to the first round of the Class 6A state playoffs. He returned two interceptions for touchdowns--a 55-yarder and a 25-yarder. He has been selected to a variety of South Florida all-star teams and is scheduled to play in the annual Dade-Broward All-Star game on Jan. 21st in Miami.
Tiger Ticket Extra: When asked what he likes best about playing football, Dailey said, "I like the physical part of it. I like hitting people out there on the field."