Wide receiver Ben Obomanu continues to improve on his route running and catching the football. The Selma native should factor into the playing rotation immediately at one of the outside receiver spots as a true freshman.
Another freshman receiver who has improved is Devin Aromashodu. A fluid runner who is a big target down the field, he struggled some early catching the ball but has been better lately in the afternoon throwing sessions. The wideout is from Miami Springs, Fla.
Walk-on quarterback Josh Sullivan continues to throw the ball well in the afternoon sessions. With a strong arm, he has the tools to play football on the SEC level but may be destined for the diamond in the future. Sullivan is from Central High in Little Rock, Ark.
Safety Cavari Dailey continues to await word from the NCAA Clearinghouse on his eligibility. A strong student, Dailey was forced to take the standardized test again after easily passing the first time. His results would give him the score needed but still must be approved by the clearinghouse. He is from Plantation, Fla., High.
Senior Horace Willis will try to break into the playing rotation at cornerback. Willis was running first team last preseason until going down with the first of a series of injuries that plagued his initial season at AU after a transfer from Georgia Military College.