Junior noseguard Josh Thompson demonstrates techniques for doing a tackling dummy agility drill.
Redshirt sophomore Octavius Balkcom runs the drill. He will compete for playing time at defensive end this season.
Incoming freshman defensive lineman Bart Eddins from Montgomery sizes up the bag.
Eddins, who played at Trinity Presbyterian, prepares to go to the next bag after knocking down the previous one.
Jermarcus Ricks, who comes to Auburn from Colbert County High, will compete for playing time at defensive tackle.
Byron Isom, another incoming freshman, will also try to impress the Auburn coaches with his ability to play defensive tackle.
Zach Clayton, a true freshman defensive end from Opelika, had impressive senior year in high school in both football and track and field where he was a double state champion in the shot and discus.
Michael Goggans, a true freshman tight end from Alexander City, is a 6-3, 258-pounder who will try to earn playing time this fall.
Quarterback Neil Caudle, who was injured as a senior at Spain Park High, got a late start on his summer workouts, but has been on campus part of the summer preparing for his first college season.
True freshman wide receiver Tim Hawthorne has been impressive in the voluntary summer workouts.