Trimble Checks Out Auburn's Spring Game

A recruiting report is featured on cornerback Dale Trimble, a 2010 prospect.

Gadsden, Ala.--Cornerback Dale Trimble was on the Auburn campus last week to check out the Tigers' annual A-Day football game and says he is seriously interested in Coach Gene Chizik's Tigers.

"I like Auburn," he tells Inside the Auburn Tigers. "I was in in Auburn all last week. I left on Thursday and came back on Saturday for the A-Day Game. I really like it in Auburn."

Trimble says he stayed with two friends on the Auburn team from Gadsden, offensive lineman Charles Bates and cornerback Jeremy Flowers.

Trimble at Sunday's camp.

On Sunday he was in Tuscaloosa where he participated in the Southeast Elite Camp and was one of the more impressive prospects at the event.

"Recruiting is going really good," he says. "I have five offers now from Clemson, Tennessee, Mississippi State, Ole Miss and Auburn."

Trimble says in addition to having two friends on the Auburn team, he has a connection to the Tigers because his godfather, NFL running back Carnell Williams, played for the Tigers. "I really like Auburn," he states.

Trimble notes that he likes the way the cornerbacks play at Auburn and he also likes the man who coaches the position, Phillip Lolley. "Coach Lolley likes guys who really want to compete," he says. "I like Coach (Trooper) Taylor, Coach (Tommy Thigpen) and the defensive coordinator (Ted Roof). All of them are real cool."

The cornerback says he has been working out with his teammates at Gadsden City High and will be back on the practice field for spring drills on May 4th. He says this summer he plans to camp at Auburn, Alabama, Florida, Florida State and Clemson."

Trimble notes that he is doing well in the classroom. I've passed all my graduation exams except social studies.," he says. "I'll work on that this summer."

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