Unfortunately for the athletic signal caller, ACL tears kept him out of the playoffs as a junior and finished his senior season in game two. However, the 6-3, 204-pounder says he is right on scheudule with his rehab on the second injury and expects to play some baseball in the Spring.
Growing up as a big Auburn fan, Caudle was one of the first players of this year's class to give his verbal commitment to the Tigers. He committed on July 18 and took his official visit to Auburn on Jan. 20.
Caudle, a four-star prospect, is has proven to be an excellent playmaker and should be a perfect fit in Auburn's West Coast offense because of his decision making and excellent athleticism. He had early offers from many prestigious programs around the country including Miami (Fla.), Michigan and LSU.