More scenes from recent afternoon workouts on the Auburn campus. Auburn opens its season on Sept. 2 against Washington State at Jordan-Hare Stadium and the players are working hard to get ready for the season.
Freshman defensive end Antonio Coleman is much bigger this summer and should be a good compliment to Quentin Groves at defensive end this season.
Running back Brad Lester has gained muscle since last season and is solidly in the plans for the Auburn offense this season with his ability to run and catch the ball.
Offensive guard Nathan Farrow has played well since moving from defense last spring. He's currently the second-team right guard.
Defensive end Octavious Balkcom poses for the camera. Now up to over 250 pounds, the sophomore is ready for a break-out season at strongside end.
The growth for the starter on the strong side continues as Marquies Gunn is in the 270-pound range as he begins his senior season.
Two players that could be the future of the defensive line, Zach Clayton (left) and Bart Eddins, watch as several Auburn veterans show them the ropes in drills.
2006 Inside the Auburn Tigers Auburn Football Guide