Tayvion Land's stock continues to rise.
The sophomore cornerback visited Auburn on Sunday and was offered while on campus.
"I loved the campus," said the 5-foot-8, 170-pound Land. "The dorms were also nice and so were the football facilities. Everything was very impressive.
"I talked to (tight ends) coach (Larry) Porter the most. He's cool and willing to work with you. I also had a chance to speak to (defensive coordinator) coach (Kevin) Steele. I like how he doesn't sugarcoat anything and he's always honest with you.
"The offer means a lot. I'm blessed to have the ability to play football and I just want to continue to develop a great relationship with the coaches."
What is next for Land?
"I'll probably visit LSU, but not sure about the date," Land said. "They offered me back in December and I'm looking forward to the trip.
"I like how their DBs play and they've had a lot of great ones through the years. I just want to see what it's like down there.
"(Defensive backs) coach (Corey) Raymond is recruiting me. I haven't gotten a chance to talk to him much yet, but I'm looking forward to building a relationship with him."