Tim Lamb Sends Fax to Auburn

Auburn is developing a pipeline at prospect-heavy Lincoln High of Tallahassee, Fla.

Tallahassee, Fla.--In a 4-3 defense with a true noseguard and a 3-4 scheme run by defensive coordinator Will Muschamp, the Tigers landed the type of interior defensive lineman they were looking for with the signing of Lincoln High School product Tim Lamb.

In the same mold of former Tiger T.J. Jackson and up and coming senior Josh Thompson, Lamb, at a hair under six-feet and a biscuit over 300 pounds, is a three-star run stopper up the middle. When he gets to Auburn he will join an already deep and talented interior defensive front at Auburn with young players like Sen'Derrick Marks, Jermarcus Ricks and Mike Blanc.

With Josh Champan of Hoover High School changing his long-time "commitment" from Auburn to Alabama the day before signing day, Lamb is the only definite defensive tackle prospect in this year's class. Kyle Coulahan of Pensacola could also play defensive tackle at Auburn.

The Tallahassee high school is one of the top football prospect producers in the Southeast and has a strong history of sending players to Florida State. However, last February Lincoln-product Craig Stevens signed with Auburn to play linebacker and cornerback Michael Slade joined Lamb in signing with the Tigers on Wednesday.

Lamb's brother, linebacker Xavier Lamb, is expected to sign a letter of intent with Troy.

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