Where all 34 Auburn offensive scholarship players (for now) stand after spring practices
Auburn's new coaching staff didn't turn the offensive depth chart upside down this spring. But that doesn't mean there wasn't a lot to learn.
(All photos from Todd Van Emst/Auburn Athletics)
Whenever the preseason magazines and online predictors tackle Auburn’s offense over the next few months, there might be a tendency to look at the eight or so returning starters and make some quick assumptions.
But those who followed the Tigers this spring know that a lot has changed on this side of the ball.
Auburn returns everybody along its offensive line, a two-year starter at quarterback and a top-tier one-two punch at running back. Still, spring practices showed that there is plenty of room for movement and development in the days ahead — especially in an offense that looks little like the one that has been synonymous with Auburn for the better part of the last dozen years.
With a large number of returning starters and several notable absences during spring ball, updating a depth chart projection seems kind of unnecessary at the moment.
Instead, let’s go through a player-by-player breakdown of what we heard and saw during the last seve…
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