Running backs coach Curtis Luper (foreground) watches the Tigers during a blocking sled drill.
Anthony Gulley Morgan, who played wide receiver last season as a freshman, is playing cornerback as a sophomore for the Tigers.
Antoine Carter, a returning starter at defensive end, will be counted on to be a strong pass rusher this season as a senior.
Brandon Mosley is one of the players competing for the starting offensive right tackle spot held last year by Andrew McCain, who has graduated. Mosley, a transfer to Auburn from Coffeyville, Kan., Community College, is making a conversion from tight end to tackle.
Blake Burgess, a redshirt freshman walk-on from Vestavia Hills, has added size and strength in the offseason. Burgess, who plays guard and center, is up to 6-2, 278 pounds.
Joel Bonomolo, a junior college transfer defensive end, participates in a footwork drill. He will have two seasons of eligibility with the Tigers.
Chris Davis, a freshman cornerback, is a good all-around athlete who is expected to compete for playing time this year.