Observations: Everything we learned from Day 10 of Auburn football fall camp
The passing game, the secondary and the battles in the trenches came into clearer focus Tuesday on the Plains as the Tigers returned to the practice field.
WR Malcolm Johnson Jr. (Todd Van Emst/Auburn Athletics)
Auburn football has had an eventful last few days.
On Saturday night, the Tigers had their first fall scrimmage under Bryan Harsin and under the lights at Jordan-Hare Stadium. Two days later, the players had the day off for their first day of classes for the fall semester.
So, on Tuesday, it was time to put the full pads back on and go back to work. The next scrimmage is Friday night, and everything that comes after that will be pointed toward the opener against Akron. Position battles will come to an end. Depth charts will be settled. Game plans will be installed.
Auburn held its first practice of the official school year Tuesday afternoon. Media members were allowed to watch 20 minutes of it, which consisted of four periods of individual drill work for position groups. That came a few hours after two potential starters for the 2021 team, Nehemiah Pritchett and John Samuel Shenker, stood behind the podium for Zoom interviews.
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