Auburn Tigers Preview 2022: Who are the top 10 players going into the season?
RB Tank Bigsby, Jr.
He might forever be known for not being able to close out Alabama when he failed to stay in bounds to keep the clock moving, but he’s obviously more than that.
The 6-0, 213-pounder beefed up a wee bit and should be able to take even more of a pounding, all while he improves as a receiver making 32 grabs so far in his two years.
The future NFL back has averaged 5.4 yards per carry in his career with over 1,900 yards and 15 scores.
DE Derick Hall, Sr.
6-2. 256. 86 career tackles, 13 sacks, 18 tackles for loss and 3 forced fumbles in his three years
DE Colby Wooden, Jr.
6-5, 284. 108 tackles, eight sacks, 18 tackles for loss in his three seasons
LB Owen Pappoe, Sr.
6-1. 225. 165 tackles, 6 sacks, 12 tackles for loss in three seasons – he missed almost half of last year hurt
QB TJ Finley, Jr.
TE John Samuel Shenker, Sr.
6-4, 250. 48 catches, 571 yards (11.9 ypc), 2 TD
S Zion Puckett, Jr.
6-0, 227. 67 tackles, 3.5 TFL, 2 broken up passes in his three years
C Nick Brahms, Sr.
6-4, 300. Going into his fifth season as a starter at center
CB DJ James, Jr.
6-1, 174. 72 tackles, 6 broken up passes, in his three years at Oregon