Linebacker from Stevenson
Player host: Craig Stevens
On the trip in general: "Met all the coaches, ate a whole bunch of food. I'm tired of eating food right now."
On the Auburn coaching staff: "All of them are great guys. Real family-oriented. I'm all about family. It helps down the line."
On already knowing Auburn assistant Phillip Lolley, who coached Patrick's older brother in high school: "Yeah, I talked to Coach Lolley a pretty good bit. I've known him ever since I was young. (I'm) getting to know him a lot better. Plus, it helps since he's already here and where I'm from."
He expects to announce a decision on Signing Day.
Wideout from Austin, Texas
Player host: Kodi Burns
On the trip in general: "I had a blast, really. A lot of people recognized me. I was surprised by that. We were just walking around downtown and people recognized me."
On where Auburn stands in his recruitment: "I tend to not make decisions while I'm on the visit because my emotions are on high. Every school you go to, you want to go there. I'll go back home and try to make an important decision for myself.
On Auburn helping itself by making this trip happen: "If I didn't come, I wouldn't have considered them. It definitely helped them. It was different from what I expected. It was better than I expected, actually. I had a great trip."
All-purpose back from Tallassee
(via Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College)
Ole Miss commitment
Player host: Phillip Pierre-Louis
On rumors that he had de-committed from Ole Miss: "It's in between Auburn and Ole Miss."
On if being close to home helps Auburn's case: "Being close to home, that's not always good. You can go home and get in trouble. If I decided to come here, that won't be a factor. I'll be here on the weekends. (Tallassee) is a small city, but there's all kinds of trouble to get into. It's easy to get into; hard to get out of."
On where he'll play in college: "As of right now, they're still saying I can play any position. Offense, defense, I'm still in that mix. Running back, receiver, corner."
He won't announce anything until Singing Day, but hopes to make a decision before then: "I don't want this buried on my back. I hope it won't go long."
Defensive end from Mansfield, Texas
Player host: Mike Goggans
On the trip in general: "It doesn't get much better than this. I can't lie -- Big 12 doesn't compare to the stuff you see in the SEC. It's chillin', just the way Tiger Walk is and how Alabama people feel about their football."
On where Auburn stands among his hierarchy: "It doesn't get much better than this. I can't lie -- Big 12 doesn't compare to the stuff you see in the SEC. It's chillin', just the way Tiger Walk is and how Alabama people feel about their football."
On Tracy Rocker: "He's a hell of a coach. He's a humble guy. People bring up the awards he won, that his face is on the stadium and stuff like that. He told me that none of that matter. That's what he did. What matters is what he wants me to do and the type of player I'll be."
Slot receiver from Brantley
Player hosts: Lee Ziemba and Ryan Pugh
On deciding between Auburn and Troy: "I'm going to commit next week to Auburn."
On waiting to announce a commitment: "Because I've got to go visit Troy. I don't want to disappoint coach (Shayne) Wasden. He told me they might make me change my decision."
On why he likes Auburn so much: "It just feels like this is my home – where I need to be. The field. The coaches. All of their coaching staff (are) Christians and I grew up in church and that's all I've known. It's a good thing."
On possibly playing baseball (shortstop) in college: "I talked to coach (James) Willis about that and he said all you've got to do is talk to the baseball coach."
Offensive lineman from Auburn High
Broke commitment to Southern Miss today; now with Auburn
On the trip in general: "It was a great experience for me. It was a side of Auburn I hadn't seen yet. It was like a completelu different world."
On Auburn's search for a new offensive line coach: "They said that he should be named soon and I'm pretty sure he'll fit right in. He'll have to with the new staff. I love the new staff. Everybody is so down to earth. It was great. You got a good family vibe and everything."
On the possibility for early playing time: "They said I can come in and compete early. I was planning on competing anyway, so it's great, to have a chance to play early as a starter in the SEC. So you really can't beat it."
Defensive lineman from Bastrop, La.
Committed to Michigan
He was in a hurry to make a flight back home.
Player host: Jake Ricks
On the best part of the trip: "I'd say the whole thing. Basically, everything was good. I knew it was going to be a good visit down here."
On where Auburn stands among his hierarchy: "They're up very high. Michigan, Arkansas and Oklahoma are there, too."
On plans to announce his choice: "It'll be on Signing Day. I'll surprise everyone."
Offensive/defensive lineman from Montgomery
On the trip in general: "Auburn was alright. At first, Auburn was a little shaky, but I got to talk with Coach Chizik and Coach Rocker. They really left a good impression on my parents."
Coming in, everyone figured you were choosing between Alabama and Florida. Did this trip change your mind at all?: "A little bit, yeah. If my parents are comfortable ... then I'm comfortable and then everybody's comfortable."
On Auburn being considered even with Alabama and Florida: "You really can't compare Alabama and Florida with Auburn. They're rebuilding. They don't even have their whole coaching staff, so I can't really get comfortable with people who don't have a whole coaching staff."